Leo, Carey and More: Style Transformation of the Cast of The Great Gatsby
Carey looks very youthful in this emerald and black dress, and we love the pockets.
Hair chopped and blonde, Carey wore this simple black dress with lace collar to a MoMA Film Benefit honoring her now Great Gatsby director, Baz Luhrmann.
Carey in classic black and ankle booties at the Berlin Film Festival.
Carey attends a luncheon celebrating her Academy Award nomination, dressed in sunny yellow stripes.
We love Carey's wispy hairdo, pictured here at the "Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps" premiere in New York. She is wearing Nina Ricci.
Carey's hair changes rapidly, but some women are blessed to be able to pull off many shades! She wore this floral Prada dress to the opening night of "Through a Glass Darkly," and we must admit -- it's not our favorite look.
Now there's a Prada we can really fall in love with. This stunning dress was Carey's choice for the 2012 Costume Institute Gala.
Carey was the epitome of glam at The Great Gatsby premiere in New York City. She chose Prada again, and definitely hit a home run.
OMG. The hat. The bracelet. The necklace. The shirt. Oh, little Leo.
Caught in the rain, couldn't care less! Leo looked adorable at the premiere of "Benny & Joon" in L.A.
Romeo is that you? Leo looks like he's still dressed for the part of Shakespeare's doomed lover at the L.A. premiere.
Check out that spiked hair. We're proud (but frankly a little surprised) that Leo never went for the "frosted tips" hairdo that was popular in the early 2000's.
Leo went for an all-black suit for the "Gangs of New York" premiere at Cannes.
Leo's suit looks a tad too big for him, but we love him so much that we don't mind.
Now that's a perfectly fitting suit! Leo looked sharp at the Los Angeles premiere of "Revolutionary Road."
Leo looks ready for his closeup, here pictured at the "Inception" world premiere in London.
Wearing an impeccable Prada suit, Leo is the picture of perfection at the "Gatsby" premiere, and honestly -- we couldn't have chosen a better Jay.
Isla got her start on an Australian soap opera, "Home and Away," when she was quite young.
Isla poses in a sleek red gown at the opening of a new gym in London.
This is sooo 2000's, with Isla sheerly baring her midriff and rocking the shiny pants. Are these some of the trends ripe for a comeback?
Isla was all bundled up for the "Suzie Gold" premiere.
Isla wore this stunning strapless tulle gown to the premiere of "Wedding Crashers" in London.
From demure to sultry! Isla goes for a sexier dress for the 79th Annual Academy Awards.
Isla wore this white cap-sleeved minidress to visit David Letterman.
A higher neckline means a higher hemline for Isla in this lacy number for the world premiere of "The Dictator."
Isla looked beyond gorgeous in this black floral Dolce & Gabbana dress with a sheer skirt for the world premiere of "The Great Gatsby."
Someone must have told Tobey that the screening for "The Cider House Rules" was a casual event, but... well we assume they didn't mean this casual.
That's more like it! Armed with a bow tie and adorable smile, what's not to love about Tobey at the Golden Globes?
Tobey says "no" to ties for the "Seabuscuit" premiere, wearing a bright purple shirt under his jacket.
Though Tobey looks a bit like he just rolled out of bed, his outfit is sharp.
Tobey wore this classic grey suit to the London premiere of "Spider-Man 3."
We're digging this casual look on Tobey, and wish he'd wear it more often! He looked great at the "Country Strong" premiere.
Classic suit for a classic guy.
Pictured here with his wife Jennifer, Tobey looked dashing in this navy suit for the premiere of the highly anticipated "Gatsby."
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This weekend, Baz Luhrmann's highly anticipated film will finally hit theaters. We've speculated over the music and performances, and of course gushed about the fashion(and jewels) associated with the film.
The story, following narrator Nick Carraway (Tobey Maguire), chronicles the high energy of spring in New York City in the early 1920s: a time of looser morals, sparkling parties and flowing champagne. He winds up next door to party-throwing extraordinaire, the mysterious Jay Gatsby (played by Leonardo DiCaprio), and across the water from his cousin Daisy Buchanan (Carey Mulligan) and her husband. He's absorbed into the lives and trials of the super wealthy of New York City, telling us a great tale of love and deceit.
We couldn't be more excited for this film, namely because of the beloved story and its stacked cast. Carey Mulligan has made a name for herself on the red carpet, constantly stunning in fashion-forward pieces. Leonardo DiCaprio has been on the scene since he was quite young, and has transformed as any young man would, walking the red carpet for such a large portion of his life.
Click through the gallery to see the style transformation of the cast of "The Great Gatsby."