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Choosing Tom Ford vs Brioni vs English Bespoke

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...ond’s suits. Should you chose a ready-to-wear or made-to-measure suit from Tom Ford or Brioni, or should you go with a bespoke suit from an English tailor? Daniel Craig wearing made-to-measure Tom Ford in Quantum of Solace   Ready-to-wear vs made-to-measure vs bespoke Tom Ford and Brioni produce ready-to-wear and made-to-measure suits whilst proper English tailors—such as the tailors James Bond has used—make bespoke suits. Brioni also has a bespok...

Comparing Daniel Craig’s Navy Pinstripe Suits

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...ch apart. The three-piece suit in Casino Royale The cuts of the Brioni and Tom Ford suits are very different. The Brioni suit jacket has straight shoulders with a healthy amount of shoulder padding whereas the Tom Ford suit jacket has much softer pagoda shoulders, which have a slight concave shape. Both suits have roped sleeve heads. The Tom Ford jacket has a more shaped silhouette than the Brioni jacket has, with a more defined waist. Though both...

Daniel Craig’s Tom Ford Dinner Suit in an Omega Promotion

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...nt to their campagin for the new line of watches. Seeing Daniel Craig in a Tom Ford dinner suit in this campaign likely signifies Tom Ford’s return in Bond 25. The dinner suit for this shoot—most certainly along with a number of duplicates—was most likely provided for free, since I believe it is unlikely Omega would pay thousands of dollars to ruin Tom Ford suits when they could ruin less costly suits. If Tom Ford is providing dinner suits for Dan...

Tom Ford at 92nd Street Y

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...“The first case of bullying for having too much style,” Mallis commented. Tom Ford is unique amongst fashion designers because, as he said, he is focused on “making a product that was about quality.” He said, “I’m a practical, commercial fashion designer” and “always designed jackets with two sleeves.” Fashion is not an art for him, and he mentioned the most commercial things about his clothes are surprisingly their highest quality and highest pr...

The Spectre Collection at Tom Ford

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...-piece suit that is not used in the film. Unlike the Skyfall suits sold by Tom Ford, all of the suits for the Spectre collection are screen-accurate. The shop also has the single-breasted and double-breasted overcoats, sky blue and purple blue shirts with “Dr. No” cocktail cuff, the white pin-collar cocktail cuff shirt, the nylon-front knitted blouson, the “Sky” wool ski pants with stirrup bottoms and forward pleats, a narrow grey repp tie, three...

The Spectre Trailer: Tom Ford Suits and Coats

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...nce of Wales Suit with a Blue Windowpane This lightweight wool suit is the Tom Ford O’Connor cut, with a few updates from the suits in Skyfall. The O’Connor suit jacket, which is designed by Jany Temime, has three buttons with the narrow lapels rolled to the middle button. This is known as “button two, show one” or “three-roll-two”. It has a single vent, four cuff buttons and slightly slanted hip pockets with flaps. The jacket is cut with straight...

A Sartorial Guide to No Time to Die

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...costume designer, Suttirat Anne Larlarb, who worked with Daniel Craig and Tom Ford on many of the suits featured in the film. We’re seeing a similar suit style to what Daniel Craig has worn in his last two Bond films. This article provides an overview of Daniel Craig’s sartorial looks in No Time to Die, but after the film is released there will be more in-depth articles on each of these outfits and more. Details will be updated here as they are d...

Jany Temime On Dressing Daniel Craig

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...and working with Tom Ford. Watch the interview and read more below. Since Tom Ford was already associated with the Bond films from Quantum of Solace, Temime had no plans to find a new brand to associate with James Bond. She spoke about how Daniel Craig’s own vision was her starting point for the style of his suits in the last two Bond films: I didn’t really decide for a brand because when I stepped in I knew that Tom Ford was a sponsor. I had a m...