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post #16 of 62
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Pretty damn good soundtrack as well.

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post #17 of 62
Alfie The Holiday
post #18 of 62
Jeremy Brett poncing about in his monochromatic satorial splendicity as Sherry Holmes. Quick Watson, fetch my boot. The game's a foot!


(men's flair)
post #19 of 62
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..The lazy writing of Brett Easton-Ellis...Celine would have kicked his arse...

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Blow Up

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Pretty damn good soundtrack as well.

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post #20 of 62
Ahem,



Brideshead revisited would like a word with you..



Talented Mr Ripley



Gattaca
post #21 of 62
Batman Begins and The Dark Knight for Christian Bales suits (including the batsuit )

American Psycho for the 80s look

Casino Royale and Quantum of Solace

Fight Club for Brad pitt's unusual styling

The Matrix
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Ahem,



this thread would like a word with you..


FTFY.
post #23 of 62
"The Family Man"
1. Not the entire movie, but in the beginning when he enters his dressing room... One day...
2. The scene in the Zegna Store...
3. And my favorite quote, which I use even today, as he's browsing his simple life clothing "Tsk. This is just, Sub-par"

I would also add "American Psycho" and if you ever catch a tv show called "Reaper" Ray Wise is always looking fabulous
post #24 of 62
LabelKing will like this one. Querelle, a movie probably better known for the clothes the almost all-male cast aren't wearing has some super-lux suits.








Also Tyrell's blue mohair with a wing-collar shirt in Blade Runner is the shit.

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post #26 of 62
Bullitt and Carlito's Way, as mentione in the other thread, are great choices
post #27 of 62
Casino (1995)
post #28 of 62
I just saw Leatherheads and loved the wardrobe.

Mike
post #29 of 62
I was impressed by pretty much the whole warbrobe of Banjmin Button.
post #30 of 62
Oh, also, La Chinoise and french new wave cinema fashion in general.
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