Great Suits in Film

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  1. Veremund

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    Nice thread @Veremund. One of my favorites is how James Stewart is elegantly clothed in Harvey (1950). You could even tell from the way his garments drape that he's a 'pleasant' fellow[​IMG].

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    I'd disagree - seems a very a very superficial piece about costume rather than suits.
     


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    I agree. Millennial list obsession, little else.
     


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    Moving away from the article mentioned in the OP, Plummer has an interest suit here; I particularly like the shoulders

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    Not a bad article, but IMHO any discussion of tailoring in film and classic style (men's or women's) without mention of "To Catch a Thief" is incomplete.
     


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    What film is that Clags?
     


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    I'll probably get flack for this, but I really like this Tom Ford in 'Spectre'

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    I do not necessarily disagree, but the photo that you've used makes Daniel Craig look like Karl Lagerfeld's Mini-Me.
     


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    Yes, dreadful rag.
     


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