F. Scott Fitzgerald was a man of impeccable taste. Never without a suit and tie, he cared deeply about quality and style. In the same manner that he wrote timeless stories with nuance and grace, to this day he represents the visual language of an exuberant era.
When Scott Fitzgerald enlisted in the Army in 1918, he had his dress uniform custom made at Brooks Brothers. He wore the uniform to a dance in Montgomery, Alabama, where he met his future wife, Zelda Sayre. She pronounced, in her always unique and individual fashion, “He smelled like new goods.”
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F. Scott Fitzgerald and Zelda Fitzgerald photos and Zelda Fitzgerald's paintings are available for product licensing through Fashion Licensing of America, Inc.
The F. Scott Fitzgerald Suite at the Ritz Carlton Paris
Created in homage to the most elegant globetrotter of the Années Folles, this Prestige Suite features numerous travel souvenirs and a generous library. Sumptuous moldings and an opulent color palette make this a true bijou suite.
The Fitzgerald Suite at The Plaza New York
In honor of F. Scott Fitzgerald, one of The Plaza's most famous patrons, and to celebrate Baz Luhrmann's film adaptation of The Great Gatsby, we invite you to experience the dramatic luxury of The Fitzgerald Suite. Designed by Academy Award® winner Catherine Martin, the suite is a dramatic art deco space that channels the dynamism of the Jazz Age. The suite is furnished exclusively by RH, Restoration Hardware to reflect the luxury and style of the era, which captivated Fitzgerald and drew him to The Plaza, inspiring its inclusion in his great works.
Writers Edition F. Scott Fitzgerald Montblanc Pen
The Writers Edition F. Scott Fitzgerald revives the glamour of the "Roaring Twenties". The shimmering white barrel forms a striking contrast to the black precious resin cap, which is decorated by the signature of F. Scott Fitzgerald.
Dignified tribute is paid to the origins of the legendary Art Deco style by the delicately engraved 1920s urban skyline that decorates the rhodium-plated 18-karat gold nib.