Let's talk heritage for a minute. The roaring '20s was an era filled with some of the swankiest-dressed fellers. At that time, Brooks Brothers had already been around for more than 100 years. The most stylish men of the day relied heavily on the menswear brand to look great—even F. Scott Fitzgerald. So, when the author's masterpiece The Great Gatsby was to receive a cinematic portrayal, you already know Brooks Brothers needed to be involved.

We already saw the Gatsby-inspired collection from the brand, but the film's costume designer Catherine Martin visited Brooks Brothers' archives to see actual pieces from the decade: evening suits, straw boater hats, club ties, and more.

Click here to watch an interview with Martin and see Leonardo DiCaprio and crew look dashing in truly heritage pieces.

[via GQ]