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Perhaps the most anticipated box office opening of 2013, The Great Gatsby hit theaters today. Reviled by some critics and loved by others, the film has spawned a bit of a cultural obsession with the Roaring Twenties.

Both the Brooks Brothers and Tiffany & Co. (NYSE: TIF) have released exclusive collections corresponding with the release of The Great Gatsby, hoping the Baz Luhrmann-directed film will motivate viewers to adopt the styles inspired by the F. Scott Fitzgerald masterwork.

Before braving the multiplex crowds and paying $8 for a bucket of popcorn, check out our slideshow showcasing seven eye-catching examples of product placement in the new movie.

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  • There's shots featuring glamorous Tiffany & Co. Jewelry...













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  • And a handsome Brooks Brothers vest, part of an entire Gatsby Collection...













    (Photo: Bloomberg // YouTube)
  • Leonardo DiCaprio looks dapper sipping on some Moët & Chandon...













    (Photo: Bloomberg // YouTube)
  • And the pretty girls are decked out in Prada cocktail dresses...













    (Photo: Bloomberg // YouTube)
  • Not to mention some provocative Fogal of Switzerland Hosiery...













    (Photo: Bloomberg // YouTube)
  • New York City's iconic Plaza Hotel is featured prominently in the film...




























    (Photo: Wikimedia Commons)
  • And last, but not least, a subtle partnership with MAC Cosmetics!
































    (Photo: MAC Cosmetics)
 

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