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How about this one? http://www.styleforum.net/content/type/61/id/545062/
That most of it is derived from corn fed animals for one.
Is there a reason you or anyone else would pay these types of prices as opposed to the custom made or bespoke clothing option?
I did notice the buttons and button holes were out of synch.
I thought Feinnes looked good if you're 50 years old. The Tom Ford choice was probably an error. Could another designer done something better? Yes. But how much did Tom Ford pay to get his suits into the film? I did like Bond's over coat though.
I remember seeing Tom Ford's film "A single man" in 2009. He used the same collars. That was a period piece set in the 60s. I actually remember asking a tailor at the time if they could do it, and they said they had never done it. Maybe there will be more call for it now. But 310 pounds for a non tailored shirt is madness to me. This is from GQ: http://www.gq-magazine.co.uk/style/articles/2012-10/26/james-bond-tom-ford-tab-collar-shirt-selfridges-daniel-craig
A simple websearch of their address gave me this with a number: http://www.companiesintheuk.co.uk/ltd/traditional-rainwear
I've never seen these around before, not my cup of tea though, but I don't think they look too bad. They were Buddy Holly's shoes in the late 50s:
What does Lapo do with his suits after he's worn them? Does he wear them again?
Anything with a huge logo on it. (I can accept sports clothing ala Adidas when used for what it's made for). CK - I still have some black and beige jeans/canvas from the mid 1990s knocking around. They are still in good nick. I picked up a pair a couple of years ago in a sale - very cheap and they lasted 6 months. An ex girlfriend bought me a pair of Kenneth Cole chelsea boots (style) about 5 years ago. They are actually OK. I thought they were some other brand at first....
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