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Wardrobe pics from Skyfall are out!

http://www.cinemablend.com/images/news/29230/_1328282231.jpg

http://www.cinemablend.com/images/news/29230/_1328282216.jpg

http://www.cinemablend.com/images/news/29230/_1328282205.jpg
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Slim lapels and center vent? uhoh.gif
post #34 of 158
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Slim lapels and center vent? uhoh.gif

+ a billion. Slim lapels, would rather not have, but ok, passable. Single rear vent is un-fucking-forgivable. I only have two items with a single rear vent: a blue american-style Polo sports coat and an american style blue pinstripe suit (a-la brooks brothers). What Craig is wearing however yearns for a double vent.
post #35 of 158
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+ a billion. Slim lapels, would rather not have, but ok, passable. Single rear vent is un-fucking-forgivable. I only have two items with a single rear vent: a blue american-style Polo sports coat and an american style blue pinstripe suit (a-la brooks brothers). What Craig is wearing however yearns for a double vent.

+ 1. As for slim lapels, they are getting long in the tooth now. Dont hate them, dont like them, just blah...
post #36 of 158
Maybe a center vent better accommodates a running scene, as shown in the pic (i.e. a double vent might 'flap around' when he's running). Just a theory.
post #37 of 158
Tab collar?
post #38 of 158
When Daniel Craig was raving about the new look for Bond in Skyfall that he and Tom Ford had come up with I would never have imagined slim lapels and a center vent. Not to mention the three button cuff and lack of a ticket pocket. There's nothing about this suit that says Tom Ford. All the signature touches are missing frown.gif
post #39 of 158
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Maybe a center vent better accommodates a running scene, as shown in the pic (i.e. a double vent might 'flap around' when he's running). Just a theory.

Except that the skirt of his jackets for Quantum of Solace was specifically designed to have more "swishy-ness". Unless this was an order from Mendes, I can't see this being the reason.
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3-roll-2?
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3-roll-2?

TF does 3/2. My suit is a 3/2.
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uhoh.gif Looks really 'blah', I agree. While I wouldn't mind the single vent, the slim lapels look really cheap. These, in combination with the lousy collar don't do any favor to the overall look. I don't understand why TF used the slim lapels, in the documentary he mentions how much he despises this look...

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Maybe this is a scene in the movie where the villain forces 007 to wear that suit. Effectively making him look sartorially silly, forcing MI6 to disavow and burn him. Ow, the drama...
post #44 of 158
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Originally Posted by imageWIS View Post

+ a billion. Slim lapels, would rather not have, but ok, passable. Single rear vent is un-fucking-forgivable. I only have two items with a single rear vent: a blue american-style Polo sports coat and an american style blue pinstripe suit (a-la brooks brothers). What Craig is wearing however yearns for a double vent.

I stopped buying Brooks Brothers suits for this reason. The 1818 Fitzgerald's are single vent
post #45 of 158
very Mad Men... unforgettably so
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