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post #31 of 300
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Originally Posted by Viral View Post


Ummm, unless you saw a completely different trailer than what was posted, these suits are seriously kick-ass and are made by who many consider the top designer right now.
The costume designer explained her whole theory behind the wardrobe and how it was designed to account for Daniel Craig's physique. I don't get why people can't just appreciate it for what it is.
If these same suits were for sale on B&S all hell would break loose. confused.gif

This has been driving me crazy since I joined - What is B&S? - Please put me out of my misery

post #32 of 300
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This has been driving me crazy since I joined - What is B&S? - Please put me out of my misery

buying & selling
post #33 of 300
I believe that some SF members would be able to much better design this Bond's costumes to make him look much better in the films.
The lady has a nice theme & some good ideas,I guess. But really, she's actually very lacking. I'd have chosen someone better to do this or just let Tom Ford handle it himself.
post #34 of 300
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Originally Posted by UncleCozy View Post

Wide was perhaps not the correct term, but visually in relation to his chest/shoulders, it's pretty wide. Chest measurements are mainly more impacted by depth, which makes a big chest-2-waist ratio it not visible head on -, you want wide lats and naturally wide shoulders for the V-taper (combined with a small hip/waist, else you'll look seriously big and have trouble fitting into suits - think Arnold).

I'm sorry, but I don't agree with much of what you've said (but I'll defend do the death your right to say it). You think Arnold had wide hips/waist, too?
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post #35 of 300
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I'm sorry, but I don't agree with much of what you've said (but I'll defend do the death your right to say it). You think Arnold had wide hips/waist, too?
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No, I meant to say that big lats plus pecs (or more generally - a large, muscular body) make for hardships in cutting even a bespoke suit, let alone fitting into a RTW/MTM-suit.
post #36 of 300
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I'm sorry, but I don't agree with much of what you've said (but I'll defend do the death your right to say it). You think Arnold had wide hips/waist, too?
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Arnold in his glory days!
post #37 of 300
Any more news about the film?
post #38 of 300
no news
post #39 of 300
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Originally Posted by Clark View Post

New picture, think he looks great here (except for the shirt collar):
jbbr_totalfilm_foto01.png
Bigger version:
http://www.heyuguys.co.uk/images/2012/06/Skyfall-image.png

An Experiment on a Bond in the Art Gallery
post #40 of 300
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Originally Posted by UncleCozy View Post


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No, I meant to say that big lats plus pecs (or more generally - a large, muscular body) make for hardships in cutting even a bespoke suit, let alone fitting into a RTW/MTM-suit.

 

I'm still too poor to go the bespoke route, but I can certainly attest that big lats and big pecs makes for extreme hardships in finding a suit to fit me.

post #41 of 300
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Originally Posted by Eustace Tilley View Post

Everything looks a bit too tight to me.

I think so too. I think an extra 1" all over would work better I think he always looks a bit self conscious and uncomfortable and dare I say a little prissy?

talk about prissy though Roger Moore is my favorite Bond dresser.
post #42 of 300
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Originally Posted by Viral View Post

well, I only said that because he's performing stunts and being very active and the suits accomidate for that all while still looking good. If they were truly "too tight" they would rip and become damaged while doing all the active/stunt things.
and yes, those are some amazing suits biggrin.gif

They probably do rip and get messed up all the time actually. Studios buy multiples of the same outfit and they are always sending things back or fixing things.
post #43 of 300
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Originally Posted by David Reeves View Post


I think so too. I think an extra 1" all over would work better I think he always looks a bit self conscious and uncomfortable and dare I say a little prissy?
talk about prissy though Roger Moore is my favorite Bond dresser.

 

Hehe, mine too. Great lapels.

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post #45 of 300
Can someone help me identify the coat in this shot from the trailer:
http://download.gamezone.com/uploads/image/data/1115947/daniel_craig_skyfall.jpg

Is there a similar cut / style available in RTW.

Thanks
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