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Mission Impossible 3 jeans

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by josepidal, May 14, 2006.

  1. josepidal

    josepidal Well-Known Member

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    What jeans were Tom Cruise wearing in the latter half of Mission Impossible 3? I liked the dark indigo color and subtle fading.
     
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    paper denim & cloth, always. Even when he was a poor dock worker in War of the Worlds he was wearing them. I don't know what cut our wash though.
     
  3. raley

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    Actually they are Earnest Sewn. At least according to People Magazine (I think that is the one). I was just flipping through it and saw a note that said that Tom Cruise had hundreds (I think) of pairs custom ordered for his work on the movie.
     
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    They looked like ES.
     
  5. BlvdDandy

    BlvdDandy Well-Known Member

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    I stand corrected.
     
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    great! ES are officially over!



    j/k
     
  7. josepidal

    josepidal Well-Known Member

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    The PDCs in War of the Worlds were the BMX wash.
     
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    I guess that it pays to be a rich crazy person, you get to custom order a truck load of high end denim.
     
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    josepidal Well-Known Member

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    New pair of jeans every day? Wow, he breaks them in fast!
     
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    I'm guessing you guys aren't familiar with continuity editing.
     
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    I'm guessing you guys aren't familiar with continuity editing.
    Lol beat me to it. So no, Pierce Brosnan doesn't have 300 some-odd MTM Brionis sitting in the closet either.
     
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    Costume designer Joanna Johnston created 60 variations of the Belstaff Hero jacket Cruise wore in War of the Worlds...

    source
     
  13. tweedlesinpink

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    You know, this begs the question: who gets to keep the stuff after they're done? I'd like a few pairs of ES jeans...
     
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    You know, this begs the question: who gets to keep the stuff after they're done? I'd like a few pairs of ES jeans...

    Most likely Tom sent the truckload of jeans to the Scientology Celebrity Center.

    Seriously, he keeps a few pieces from each film. Then he gives out gifts of the piece of clothing with a film still (like what you see at Planet Hollywood). Tom is pretty short, so I doubt many other people could wear the truckload of jeans.
     
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    paper denim & cloth, always. Even when he was a poor dock worker in War of the Worlds he was wearing them. I don't know what cut our wash though.


    lol, i noticed that too. even the poor guy rocks PDC
     
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    The PDCs in War of the Worlds were the BMX wash.


    There's no way those could have been BMX. First of all, BMX is a cut, not a wash. Second of all, it is the baggiest cut PDC makes. And a little guy like Tom would have been swimming in them. They looked closest to the SLM, which used to (IIRC) come in a plain dark, almost black, resin coated wash. The fit looked like it was pretty tight and straight in the leg. Also, I thought the BMX was newer than that movie, and that it never had rivets on the back pockets, which the jeans in the movie did.
     

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