Leonardo DiCaprio at Wednesday's 'Great Gatsby' premeire in New York (Photo: Getty)F. Scott Fitzgerald was a man who loved style, so it was fitting that some of Hollywood's biggest stars -- including Leonardo DiCaprio -- strolled down a cool black carpet for the world premiere of "The Great Gatsby," Baz Luhrmann's new adaptation of Fitzgerald's classic novel. And the occasion marks two decades since DiCaprio and Luhrmann first worked together on the 1996 adaptation, "Romeo + Juliet."
Some of the stars walking the black carpet on Wednesday may have missed the mark. (We know the '90s are back but what was Tobey Maguire's wife Jennifer Meyer doing in that busy baby doll dress? From the high-necked bright white collar to the scrunched capped sleeves to the sparkles to the flowers - it's a cluster of confusion.)
DiCaprio's on-screen love interest Carey Mulligan arrived in a pretty red dress (though her messy hairdo didn't escape our watchful style eyes!).
"Gatsby" stars Isla Fisher, Joel Edgerton, and Amitabh Bachchan were all there, too. (Indian star Bachchan got an especially enthusiastic reception from a handful of Bollywood fans in attendance). Jay-Z, who coordinated the film's soundtrack, was on hand, but his wife Beyonce (who sings on the film's soundtrack) was not. However, fans did get a look at guests Florence Welch (the vocalist with Florence and the Machine) and Michelle Williams, among others.
DiCaprio, wearing a classic but subdued grey suit and
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