updated 05/01/2013 AT 5:50 PM ET
•originally published 05/01/2013 AT 2:45 PM ET
From the Jazz-Age fashions to the Prohibition-Era cocktails to the one-of-a-kind cars, viewers will be able to relive the Roaring ’20s vicariously through the film adaptation of novelist F. Scott Fitzgerald’s classic The Great Gatsby, scheduled to hit theaters on May 10.
True, the Baz Luhrmann-directed film also boasts an all-star cast – Leonardo DiCaprio, Carey Mulligan and Tobey Maguire, for starters – but here are a few other reasons why the 3D film already ranks as a must-see.
From elaborately embellished gowns, to long, flapper dresses, the colorful ensembles worn in the film – designed by Catherine Martin, who is married to director Luhrmann – are such a staple of the movie that the Prada store in New York’s SoHo currently has on display a selection of 20 beautiful looks from Gatsby.
With an original soundtrack that includes the likes of everyone from Jay-Z and Kanye West, to Florence + the Machine and Gotye, the diverse artist selection will likely offer something for everyone.
But what especially stands out is Beyoncé’s rendition of Amy Winehouse’s “Back to Black.” Along with that number, the jazz version of Beyoncé’s “Crazy In Love,” performed by Emeli Sandé and the Bryan Ferry Orchestra, has also generated its fair share of buzz.