The Great Gatsby Premiere In New York: Stars Swarm The Great Gatsby Premiere

The Great Gatsby Premiere In New York: Stars Swarm The Great Gatsby Premiere

Great Gatsby premiere New York

It turns out everyone has a thing for the glitz and glamour of the Great Gatsby. Last night, celebrities flocked to the long-awaited Great Gatsby premiere at the Lincoln Center’s Avery Fisher Hall in New York City. The red carpet was star-studded; Florence Welch, Jennifer Morrison, and Nina Dobrev were all there to show their support for the new film. Executive Producer Jay-z suited up in Tom Ford to attend the event (unfortunately Beyonce was not with him). Even Anna Wintour and Andre Leon Talley made it to the premiere, solidifying the Great Gatsby’s place as one of the most fashionable films of the year.

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Of course, this event would not have been complete without the Great Gatsby stars themselves! Leonardo DiCaprio looked stunning as always in a Prada suit. Carey Mulligan kept her stylish streak going with a red strapless Lanvin dress. Tobey Maguire (who plays Nick Carraway in the film) showed up to the premiere with his wife Jennifer Meyer, both wearing Saint Laurent. Isla Fisher stole the attention in a floral Dolce & Gabbana dress with a black lace bottom to reveal her legs.

We could not talk about the premiere without mentioning Nina Dobrev’s red carpet look. The Vampire Diaries stunner looked amazing in a black and gold printed Versace dress. Her Susan Foster earrings looked like they came straight from the 1920s, perfect for the Gatsby premiere. Jennifer Morrison channeled her inner flapper in a cream lace Dolce & Gabbana dress.

Melanie Richtman

Melanie is currently pursuing a degree in public relations, fashion studies, and anthropology from the University of Minnesota. She aspires to work in the fashion, entertainment, or luxury sector as a publicist. When she isn’t writing (or tweeting), Melanie spends most of her time reading about celebrities and trying out new lipsticks.

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