Published March 1, 1974
Francis Ford Coppola's Oscar-winning adaptation of The Great Gatsby came out in March 1974, starring actor Robert Redford as the inscrutable millionaire of the title. With it came this GQ cover, featuring Robert Amsel's illustration of Redford as Gatsby, clad in a pastel pink suit and standing with arms arrogantly folded in front of a lemon-yellow Town Car. The cover story headline notes the impact Redford's portrayal in the movie would have on men's fashion.
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