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post #91 of 158
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Originally Posted by jon54 View Post

The Skyfall movie should be interesting as style watchers will probably soak in all the suit styles that will be featured there.

Oh yes, every detail will be watched very carefully :D

post #92 of 158

I bet the wardrobe will be extensively talked about for a long time on here.

post #93 of 158
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Originally Posted by jon54 View Post

The Skyfall movie should be interesting as style watchers will probably soak in all the suit styles that will be featured there.

Im not really a big fan of the TF suits made for QoS, even though i prefer TF to Brioni nowadays i still think the stuff in CR was better. I saw the new suits for sky fall the "O'conner" model and i like these even less than the QoS ones.
post #94 of 158

Now let's wait for it and see, don't judge by the trailer. He will not wear only 1 suit in the movie.

post #95 of 158
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Originally Posted by jeff13007 View Post

Im not really a big fan of the TF suits made for QoS, even though i prefer TF to Brioni nowadays i still think the stuff in CR was better. I saw the new suits for sky fall the "O'conner" model and i like these even less than the QoS ones.

I knew Tom Ford was employed for Quantum, but I was under the impression he did Casino Royale as well...?
post #96 of 158
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Originally Posted by El Argentino View Post

I knew Tom Ford was employed for Quantum, but I was under the impression he did Casino Royale as well...?

No, CR's suits/dinner jacket was done by Brioni.
post #97 of 158
And who equipped JB in the early stages, say '60 - '80?
post #98 of 158
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Originally Posted by jeff13007 View Post

No, CR's suits/dinner jacket was done by Brioni.

Great thanks for that -

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This suit is my ideal. Been looking at the wrong designer the whole time!
post #99 of 158
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Originally Posted by b1os View Post

And who equipped JB in the early stages, say '60 - '80?

Anthony Sinclair for Connery, Douglas Hayward for Roger Moore. No idea who did it for Dalton.
post #100 of 158
Dalton was outfitted By John Lewis, judging from the way he looks. You could say he was the most, uh, distinctive dresser of all the Bonds.
post #101 of 158
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Dalton was outfitted By John Lewis, judging from the way he looks. You could say he was the most, uh, distinctive dresser of all the Bonds.
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You got a problem with old Timmeh?
post #102 of 158
No, I take pity on him, as while he acted the part well his costuming was unfortunate. Everyone agrees he was the worst dressed Bond.
post #103 of 158
^^ I think the era's just unfortunate.
post #104 of 158
But why so skinny tie in QoS frown.gif
post #105 of 158
I don't see any skinny ties.
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