ralph feinnes wardrobe in skyfall!

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  1. ThinkDerm

    ThinkDerm Senior member

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    I haven't seen the movie but i read somewhere he usually goes to A&S to have his film clothes made, but with all the merchandising in the bond films who knows
     


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    Looked like A&S. They looked bespoke.

    Daniel Craig's suits from tom Ford seemed OTR with the collar lowered and huge collar gap. Wow.
     


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    Craig's tux has huge collar gap during the Macau casino scene. Feinnes looks good but he doesn't have too much movements so its hard to tell; but his trousers did not have fishtail back...
     


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    Does that mean its not A&S? I'm pretty sure I've seen some A&S suits with no fishtail back but i could be mixing it up with one of their offsprings steed, mahon, hitchcock etc
     


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    just meant his choice of not using fishtail back.
     


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    Cant find anymore, anyone care to add more? :D
     


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    I preferred Feinnes' suits to bonds, love the braces. Excuse my ignorance but who's A&S?
     


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    Anderson and Sheppard. [​IMG]
     
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    Anderson & Sheppard.
     


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    Ralph Fiennes' suits were fantastic. Immediately jumped out, especially considering how bad Daniel Craig's suits were. I mean, just... Awful. Not only too small and short, but holy crap collar gap.
     


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    Indeed. I was ogling his suits (and none of the girls) the whole time. He didn't have a fishtail but I saw that there were two straps protruding out that had buttons that allowed the braces to be attached to them. I think they can be tucked into the trousers if braces are not worn.
     


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    Yeah, I noticed this too. Totally forgivable--they clearly weren't clipon bracers, so how they are attached becomes a user preference thing. Besides, I was just happy at the fit of the trousers--really showed how good a classic high rise can look.
     


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