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Ken Watanabe (Saito from Inception) in a double Breasted Suit

dtk_King

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I finally got around to watching the movie the other day, and now I am trying to find pictures of Ken Watanabe in that sleek blue DB suit he was wearing to send to my tailor. The problem is, any search involving his name and inception results in something about airlines....
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Anyone have pictures of the DB suit he was wearing in the film?
 

wetnose

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I suggest getting the dvd and doing screen captures of the Saito scenes.
 

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I'm afraid wetnose is correct. That may be the only way.

My friend tells me that, considering the sheer number of suits in that film (and there were A LOT), that most were probably made by tailors specifically working on the film. She could find no one who could give her a specific designer or tailor name.
 

Dr Huh?

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The costumes were designed by Jeffrey Kurland. Start there.
 

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