Tag: Turnbull and Asser

Bond Wardrobe Review 21: Casino Royale (2006)

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With Casino Royale, the Bond series was rebooted 'as if this is the first Bond picture and there never were any others', in producer Michael G. Wilson's words. There was almost a clean slate for how to interpret the character, which meant that the costume design also had an opportunity to start fresh.

Should Collar Points Reach Your Lapels?

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Here's a topic that comes up occasionally, and some people have strong opinions about it while others can’t be bothered with it. ...

Bond Wardrobe Review 19: The World Is Not Enough (1999)

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Lindy Hemming returns with Brioni, Turnbull & Asser and Church's to dress Brosnan at his most elegant for The World Is Not Enough. The same look from Brosnan's first two Bond films returns, but it has been refined for The World Is Not Enough.

Bond Wardrobe Review 18: Tomorrow Never Dies (1997)

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For Pierce Brosnan’s second turn at James Bond in Tomorrow Never Dies, costume designer Lindy Hemming and suitmaker Brioni returned to continue what they started in GoldenEye. Tomorrow Never Dies has a fairly small wardrobe, with almost every outfit having a significant moment in the film.

Should a Shirt Collar Have Tie Space?

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Tie space not only divides the left and right side of a shirt's collar, it also splits menswear devotees for those who notice it....

Bond Wardrobe Review 7: Diamonds Are Forever (1971)

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Diamonds Are Forever presents the largest tailored wardrobe of the entire Bond series. Despite the primary Las Vegas location, Bond maintains his quintessentially dressed-up look there and almost

A Guide to Designing a Cocktail Cuff

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The cocktail cuff is not a monolith. The cuff that Sean Connery, Roger Moore and Daniel Craig have immortalised in eleven James B...

Bond Wardrobe Review 5: You Only Live Twice (1967)

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A rather odd mixture of styles, but Bond refuses to go entirely Japanese. You Only Live Twice breaks away from the past wardrobe successes for less James Bond style and more borrowed clothes and disguises. While there are a few iconic looks that remind us that Sean Connery is still James Bond, many outfits miss the mark.