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'The Great Gatsby' abrirá Festival de Cannes 2013

Image 21. The Great Gatsby- Baz Lurhman. The costumes in Lurhman's Gatsby were breathtaking, and have caused it to make a huge impact on the film industry. While the film itself didn't come out on top with it's critic reviews, the costumes, atmosphere and soundtrack are unique to his style and to the film industry as a whole. I want to create a costume as showstopping as Lurhman did with The Great Gatsby.

75+ Harry Potter Jewelery Pieces To Show That You’re Still Waiting For Your Hogwarts Letter

Unless you're a real Harry Potter fan, stop reading right now, because this list of Harry Potter themed jewelry and accessories are imbued with magical properties that only Potterheads will get. When you hear "Hogwarts," do you think of dermatology? Do you think that "Muggle" is a transitive verb meaning "to rob gently?" If you answered "Yes" to any of the above, then STOP READING NOW.

75+ Harry Potter Jewelery Pieces To Show That You’re Still Waiting For Your Hogwarts Letter

Unless you're a real Harry Potter fan, stop reading right now, because this list of Harry Potter themed jewelry and accessories are imbued with magical properties that only Potterheads will get. When you hear "Hogwarts," do you think of dermatology? Do you think that "Muggle" is a transitive verb meaning "to rob gently?" If you answered "Yes" to any of the above, then STOP READING NOW.

75+ Harry Potter Jewelery Pieces To Show That You’re Still Waiting For Your Hogwarts Letter

Unless you're a real Harry Potter fan, stop reading right now, because this list of Harry Potter themed jewelry and accessories are imbued with magical properties that only Potterheads will get. When you hear "Hogwarts," do you think of dermatology? Do you think that "Muggle" is a transitive verb meaning "to rob gently?" If you answered "Yes" to any of the above, then STOP READING NOW.