Spectre

Q: Corduroy-Collared Suit at the Lab in Spectre

Ben Whishaw's Q in Spectre still prefers to dress like a hipster university student rather than like a mature man, but now he has moved up to wearing a suit. His...

Mr Hinx’s Midnight Blue Suit in Spectre

When Dave Bautista’s Mr Hinx is introduced in Spectre at a SPECTRE meeting, he is dressed the part of a classic henchman in a midnight blue suit and dark shirt. Th...

Blofeld’s Navy Nehru Jacket in Spectre

After over three decades, the character of Ernst Stavro Blofeld, played by Christoph Waltz as the character originally known as Franz Oberhauser, returned to the...

The Day of the Dead Costume in Spectre

Happy Halloween to those who celebrate! Tomorrow starts the Dia de los Muertos—or Day of the Dead—festival in Mexico, approximately one year after it was feature...

Praising Costume Designer Jany Temime

I have criticised Skyfall and Spectre costume designer Jany Temime a considerable amount for the overly tight and short fit of the suits in which she dressed Dan...

Correcting the Fit of Daniel Craig’s Suit in Spectre

The fit of Daniel Craig's suits in Spectre saw a slight improvement over the fit of his suits in Skyfall, but they still needed to be corrected in many areas. I've h...

M: Double-Breasted Prince of Wales Suit in Spectre

London tailor Timothy Everest tailored a number of beautiful suits for Ralph Fiennes to wear as James Bond's boss M in Spectre. One of these is a criminally unde...

Mr Hinx’s Brown Suit in Spectre

Sometimes the henchman in James Bond films are dressed better than their bosses, and Mr Hinx in Spectre, played by Dave Bautista, is one of these henchman. Bautist...