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Tom Ford's James Bond Suit ... Pattern

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by llcooljayce, Aug 15, 2012.

  1. punchdrunkwelle

    punchdrunkwelle Active Member

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    How about those hong Kong tailors around? I wonder if they can copy a tom ford suit..
     
  2. jeff13007

    jeff13007 Senior member

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    If its just detailing like wide peak lapels etc then i don't see why not. But if you are getting a suit made why would you ask them to copy another makers suit made for another person? Put it this way if you don't have daniel crags body type even if you went straight to the source TF themselves theres not much even they can do to make you a suit like the ones from the movies. If you are lucky enough to do have his body then just ask for a slim fitting 3 roll 2, with slim-ish notch lapels, 3 button cuff with the last button hold longer than the others. There problem solved..... Keep in mind though that all of the suits i have seen on other forums where people attempted to copy the Casino Royale Tuxedo, or the QoS suits, etc have been disasters
     
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