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Well the second Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps trailer was released and its apparant that some time and effort was put into the wardrobe. From the looks of it I doubt it will live up to the first one but some things appear to be quite nice. Here is Gekko in a nice looking summer suit: Loose tie knot, and not in a good way, dissapointing: Here is one of Shia, the tie knot looks to be a different pattern than the blade Here is a closer look: Josh Brolin: Lots of peaked lapels in this one: Gotta say I'm diggin' the glasses:
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A few moar:





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What about those Gucci shoes?

I have an idea. Why don't you post some pics from the first movie and compare?
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MD looks really fucking old.
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Originally Posted by dr.no View Post
MD looks really fucking old.
Michael Douglas looks really f*@$ing great considering he was born in 1944, which makes him 66 on September 25th. Director Oliver Stone probably had Michael wear little or no make-up or hair dye. You'll also notice that 'Gordon Gekko' goes for a relaxed look, yet from these few photos, Gekko kicks baby-faced Shia Lebouf's butt for style. Without seeing the film at this point we don't really know if there are any other character/story explanations for the overall look of Gekko. I can't wait to see this film... ..just to count the wardrobe changes. I'll bet Michael looks fantastic for his age in real life. Happy Birthday Michael (for the 25th)
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MD looks like George Soros in that first pic. Whoever was the wardrobe consultant pulled a fast one on them, you may not see one peak lapel in all of wall street.
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I wore a DB suit on Wall Street on Tuesday.
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There was a great article in the NYTimes with the costumer as to how they dressed Douglas for the movie. Fascinating stuff.
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Originally Posted by Manton View Post
I wore a DB suit on Wall Street on Tuesday.

peak or notch?
post #10 of 159
going to be great!
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bump
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Originally Posted by edmorel View Post
peak or notch?

Shawl.

J/k, it was business attire, peak. I think I was the only one. Certainly the only one I noticed. Everything else was super CBD to compensate.
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Does anyone here know who have made the gray suit for Shia?
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The NYT article says all the suits were made by the costume designer specifically for the movie.
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Can anyone deduce that style to some of the houses on Savile Row?
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