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ralph feinnes wardrobe in skyfall!

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by ThinkDerm, Nov 9, 2012.

  1. sydneycentric

    sydneycentric Senior member

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    Who made his ties? The red looks like a Charvet. Anyone know where I can get my hands on the tie he's wearing in this scene??

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  2. bboysdontcryy

    bboysdontcryy Senior member

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    I don't see why the design of that tie would be unique to Charvet. A great number of shops along Jermyn Street (and shops within the 1.5 lm radius) sell ties like these. Certainly Charvet sells such ties too.
     
  3. aravenel

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    Yeah, looks like a navy pindot, which is made by just about every decent tiemaker under the sun.
     
  4. sydneycentric

    sydneycentric Senior member

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    I dunno, the spots look a bit big to be pindot. The tie also has a 'metallic' look to it too.
     
  5. HughJ

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    I finally got around to seeing the movie, and this absolutely crossed my mind as a possible explanation. Say what you will about Tom Ford, but the "errors" made in Bond's suiting were not the typical quibbles we tend to have with his style. I think they deliberately packed some weight on Craig to compound the effect as well.
     
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    Who are you talking about? If its Ralph Finnes then i remember reading in a magazine it was timothy everest. If we are talking about Daniel Craig it was Tom Ford.
     
  8. VinnyMac

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    There's another candidate for the "Time to Take a Break From SF" Club...also known as TTTABFSFC.
     
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    Hahahaha, could very well be true. I think it was mostly precipitated because I had recently been lamenting that its so hard to get a suit with trousers that fit properly (i.e. no tiny ass rise that leaves half your shirt peeking out between your jacket quarters).
     
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    ???
     
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