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Dress Like Leonardo DiCaprio With ‘The Great Gatsby’ Collection

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Some TV shows and films are so stylized that they create a whole other world, particularly when it comes to wardrobe.

Baz Luhrmann's upcoming adaptation of "The Great Gatsby" promises to be one of those films. So much so that the movie, which comes out May 10, has already inspired a clothing line.

"The Great Gatsby" Collection at Brooks Brothers joins lines created for movies such as "The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo" and "Anna Karenina," and shows such as "Gossip Girl," "Downton Abbey," and "American Idol" in recent years.

Take a look at a few of the clothing lines that are available on store racks now.

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The Great Gatsby (Warner Bros. Pictures/BrooksBrothers.com)

"The Great Gatsby" Collection by Brooks Brothers
What it features: Men's ensembles that will make you or your man look like Leonardo DiCaprio, or if you're lucky, a young Robert Redford! The collection is based on the more than 500 men's costumes used in the film, most of which were created from the company's design archives in the Roaring '20s. F. Scott Fitzgerald, the author of the novel on which the movies are based, was a lifelong customer of the store. (Real-life Gatsbys might also want to peruse the "Gatsby"-inspired jewelry line at Tiffany to accent their new threads.)
Typical fare: A burgundy striped blazer (bow tie not included) for $798, and a straw boater hat for $198.
Style factor: Eight out of 10 bow ties.

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Mad Men (AMC/BananaRepublic.Gap.com)

The "Mad Men" Collection at Banana Republic
What it features: Pants, tops, dresses, jackets, fedoras, and ties as modeled by the gang at Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce. Banana Republic, which has teamed with the show for two previous collections, once again consulted "Mad Men" costume designer Janie Bryant to ensure that the fashions represent the show's current era, which means the silk-neck blouses and tailored dresses in charcoals and leopard-print from the first collection -- when the show was in the early and mid-'60s -- have since been replaced by blazers and peplum tops in the vibrant colors of the late '60s to reflect its 1968 setting.
Typical fare: A coral shift dress for $130, a blue-and-gray striped, silk skinny tie for $69.50, and cobalt blue chandelier earrings for $39.50.
Style factor: Nine out of 10 martinis.

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Spring Breakers (A24/OpeningCeremony.us)

X "Spring Breakers" at Opening Ceremony
What it features: Tank tops, cropped T-shirts, sweat pants, and swimwear for partying it up in Panama City, Florida, just like Selena Gomez's character and her BFFs do in the raunchy Harmony Korine flick.
Typical fare: A pink hoodie emblazoned with a sparkly unicorn ($90), white sweat pants with marijuana leaves and aliens heads printed down the leg ($80), and a yellow-and-fuchsia, leopard-print string bikini ($100).
Style factor: Three out of 10 gold teeth (You know, like James Franco wears in the movie.)

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