James Bond. Especially if someone hasn’t a winter complexion, like Moore : I presume the red being a warm color works better with a summer complexion. Ties in varying shades of red can be described as power ties but they are also a classic staple of a wardrobe. Ladies in the royal families of Europe follow certain trends, but always in the boundaries of a specific genre that is expected of them by society. However, it was also a trademark of Doug Hayward and not necessarily a mark of the times in Hayward’s mind. Now that it’s fashionable for women to wear fuller-fitting clothes, it’s bound to come back to menswear. The exaggerately skinny fit in Skyfall and Spetre somehow ruin the stuff. My favourite is the early Bond/Sean Connery era from ‘Dr No’ 1962 to ‘You Only Live Twice’ (in Japan) 1967, as I think the suits then (as covered on the website) were just the right classic style. This is one of the most iconic Bond suits of all time in one of … (You need a very specialized diet, a personal trainer, AND to cut water for a while.). Agreed: a huge improvement. Here it competes with the pocket square, a problem that could be solved be wearing the tie bar slightly lower. If one want see a “timeless” cut…well, most of Fred Astaire wardrobe in 30s,40s and 50s could be in the closet of a bespoke customer of today. It looks like that this outfit may be featured in a scene at M’s office, and after Skyfall and GoldenEye this is only the third time that Bond wears a checked suit to the office. As of late, the notion of ‘timeless style’ is increasingly being questioned. Regardless of our own individual opinions on what a secret agent should or should not wear. James Bond only wore a tie clip once before: with his brown barleycorn tweed hacking jacket in Goldfinger. It’s a classic British pinstripe. At first, a quite normal outfit… But, looking deeper… A legend, a timeless piece. 98. It seems His Royal Highness is moving away from double breasted suits to single 3-button suits but still with jetted pockets where he often puts his left hand. Though Bond had worn non-vented dinner jackets before, in all the other films mentioned on this list his dinner jackets follow the modern English convention for double vents. I’d like to know what you think of Prince Charles’ suit. Some of those things you mention are not present in his ’80s Bond films, and other things like the vivid-coloured ties, shiny brass buttons and brown suits are also things that Brosnan wore in his Bond films. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Can you tell us more? $39.98 $ 39. Clothes that draw less attention to themselves and more to the person wearing them are going to be more timeless. $ 125. As these suits are made for him, the model is not the problem, only the fit. The extreme fashions can be very unflattering, which draws more attention to the clothes than the person wearing them. Moore in the 1980s wears a very similar colour palate to Brosnan: grey and blue suits in solids and stripes for the city and tan suits for warm weather. Moore in his 80s movies is the exact opposite of Brosnan: classic cuts, but too flashy his palette, too daring his matchings. 4.2 out of 5 stars 3. The Prince of Wales himself wore a blue pinstripe suit for the occasion. James Bond TM 007 and related James Bond Trademarks © 1962-2020 Danjaq LLC and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios Inc.. The only Bond who dressed in a “timeless” way is Connery, because his style has inspired generations of men and still inspires nowadays. Women wore very tight, often shrunken-looking clothes, while men wore fuller cuts. They’re referred to as a “military creases” on Keikari, but I can’t find any modern uniforms that crease their jacket sleeves and it’s doubtful any of the Prince’s tailors did this by default. But that’s still on the tasteful side of flashy. Pink shirts, and pink striped shirts, worn with red ties are still tasteful. In AVTAK, on his grey pinstripe flannel suit, Moore wears a silk tie whose colour is called “scarlet” by Matt in his post dedicated to that attire. Thanks Matt. Burt Kwouk, George Pastell, Marne Maitland, Julian Glover and so many others from Bond show up in the series as well. Dear Matt, What is your opininon on Prince Charles’s suit and tie ? I think he’s dressed very nicely, but very traditionally. Tom Ford, the suit brand from all of Daniel Craig’s Bond films except Casino Royale, has returned for Bond 25 and many styles from Skyfall and Spectre return for this film. But I don’t consider them quite as interesting as a Tom Ford suit with its barchetta breast pocket, pagoda shoulders, curved onseam trouser pockets, and overall more shapely cut. Men's James Bond Outfit Spectre 1 Button White Tuxedo Blazer. But I have to admit this looks pretty damn good. PS it’s also fun to spot actors in The Saint who went on to appear in Bond films. I also think -Matt will probably know better- that Moore’s red ties were always solid, never striped or loudly patterned. With traditional British features such as dual flapped pockets, lapelled waistcoat, and inverse pleated pants, this eye-catching suit will follow you through all your secret missions. Casino Royale continues with a similar aesthetic, but with a higher button stance, higher gorge and wide-legged trousers that will more obviously date it to the era. Moore gets a lot of criticism online for his flared 1970s trousers, but as far as fashion fads go, I personally think flared trousers were a lot nicer than the ‘triangle of shame’ (as you put it) that is currently fashionable. Whatever the cut and the details, there are certain stylistic principles that go back a few hundreds years (e.g. James Bond (Daniel Craig) wears a navy Tom Ford O’Connor Windowpane suit in the pre-title scene in SPECTRE. The suit jackets now feature the ‘three-roll-two’ style that is essentially a button-two suit with third top button in the lapel, a style that was popular in mid-20th century America as well as with Neapolitan tailors. Despite some era-specific details, such as trouser pleats, a ticket pocket on the jacket, and waistcoat lapels, it is a timeless look and Bond was very lucky that Goldfinger was gracious enough to let his captive change clothing. I probably would have swapped FYEO with Octopussy, but they are pretty similar, but with more browns in the earlier film. Many menswear experts would agree they’re still on the classic side of being dandy-ish and, more importantly, work with Moore’s colouration. Even a perfect body like Craig’s should appear smooth and without buldges and wrinkles in a well made suit. When I wrote my article on James Bond and the tie clip at the beginning of this year, I did not expect it to appear in Bond 25 despite its current resurgence in popularity. Based on the fact that Moore was already dressing in his own dapper bespoke suits in The Saint, I think it’s a pretty safe bet that he would have worn something similar, if not the exact same outfits, If he were cast as Bond instead. If you have any questions about Bond’s clothing feel free to contact Matt. Does Bond Ever Remove His Suit Jacket for a Fight? He is still a British secret agent, not a Wall Street tycoon neither a playboy in Capri! $23.95 $ 23. Not dandy whatsoever. I find it especially interesting how differently men and women dressed at the time of Die Another Day. Sir Freddie was in another episode and I believe Moneypenny shows up at some point. He is not at that level. But on the “dandy” side, aimed to show out his sofistication. Yes. James Bond (Daniel Craig) wears a navy Tom Ford O’Connor Windowpane suit in the pre-title scene in SPECTRE. Solid Charcoal. The same can be said of men’s suits. A double breasted winter coat would give him better access to the interior of his suit while buttoned than a single breasted would as well, so that’s a thin excuse too if the weather is cold enough to require a greatcoat.. How is Moore’s clothing too flashy or daring in those movies? With regard to HRH’s habit of keeping his left hand in his jacket pocket, it’s long been rumored that he, like his grandfather George VI, is naturally left-handed but was taught to use his right hand, so he may have developed this habit as a way of reminding himself which hand to use. In On Her Majesty’s Secret Service, Dimi Major cut a trimmer suit for George Lazenby, but nothing is excessive. Not going too far in one direction or another can prevent clothes from looking bad years later. We have tried assembling his best outfits in this contemporary collection of James Bond Suit that are all wonderful and signature in their own classy ways. Only in the 1970s, when very wide lapels and flared trousers were in fashion, would the Dr. No cut have looked outdated, at least to those who preferred the contemporary fashions. Anyone looking objectively at Hayward’s clothing can see that it’s anything but showy or “flashy”. This timeless three piece suit was made famous by Sean Connery as James Bond in Goldfinger. is a bit vague but his reputation often preceded him which is the antithesis of a secret agent but as mentioned above crept into the Bond films as early as DAF- (“You just killed James Bond!”). Also: why is Craig wearing shoes that always look too long, and whose (over)size is emphasised (no pun intended) by the mostly too narrow trousers ? Daniel Craig’s Tom Ford suits in Quantum of Solace have a trimmer cut, but they’re not too tight. Thanks Matt. Yes, this suit is still a bit too tight. Only 7 left in stock - order soon. Learn how your comment data is processed. The cut is well-balanced; the jacket is full by today’s standards but by no means is it baggy. Sean Connery was one of those unique people. Though Jany Temime, the costumer designer from the previous two Bond films, did not return for Bond 25, many of the styles that she established for Bond are still present. If this is a sign of things to come then we’ll be in for a number of pleasing articles as production progresses and the film is released! 3 Is one of our favorites, as it provides a rare glimpse of Craig’s Bond in a three piece, and we have a soft spot for waistcoats. About Moore I mean: boldly striped shirts, high and stiff – and sometimes contrasting – collars, vivid colured or striped Regimental ties, high-contrast odd jackets, shiny brass buttons, patterned jackets, a wider and more varied palette of colours, from white to olive to several shades of brown. And Roger was actually dressed in a pretty-subdued-for-the-70s fashion. At the beginning of Quantum of Solace, there is a close up of Craig’s shoes, and it is there that I saw the disproportionate aspect of them. The navy repp tie from Spectre has also returned, and it appears to be the same 7.5 cm width. James Bond TM 007 and related James Bond Trademarks © 1962-2020 Danjaq LLC and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios Inc.. All Rights Reserved. I believe Moore was considered in 1962. $69.99 $ 69. Would you consider an article looking at how Bond mixes and matches clothing? I have to say that Brosnan in DAD are much more timeless then his 1990’s suits, but they weren’t over done for the era. These clothes are straight out of The Persuaders! Well, this is much more like it! Maybe the costume designer or Craig himself has been taking notes from your blog, Mr Spaiser! Kind regards. Generally no, they weren’t from what I can tell. For me, I think the blue is too bright and the stripes too loud. James Bond TM 007 and related James Bond Trademarks © 1962-2020 Danjaq LLC and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios Inc.. All Rights Reserved. Matt Spaiser is a graphic designer located in New York. They have complex and multicolour patterns, but always in muted and very accurately matched tones. I do like Daniel Craig’s in QOS, easily his best dressed film, I think Connery always looked timeless really in Dr. No, he was also only 32 and in great shape of his Bond years which also helped. I also seem to remember one of the early artist’s impressions created from Fleming’s literary descriptions bore a resemblance to Moore. Roger Moore’s suits that were made by Hayward especially in Octopussy are very classic and it is like you can’t place them to a specific era. Craig comes second, because his style, too, somehow influenced his generation’s men’s trends. Die Another Day was also in a transitional period. It’s only a little tight and short, and the hourglass shape is beautiful. Though I think the tab collar is too fussy for Bond, the cocktail cuffs’ return is welcome. I love the jacket. I’m astound about the proportions,and the cut of Astaire’s suits. That makes their suits, especially those in ligthweight cloth, always look a bit rumpled (the picture of their staff all wearing AS suits illustrates that). But there might be a resaon for His Royal Highness preferring AS. These examples focus only on the suits and jackets themselves, not on the accessories. Suit No. The lapels are a medium width and the trousers no longer have pleats. These shoes have a long last. If Larlarb had any choice in the matter of Bond’s tailored clothing (this outfit may have all been Craig’s doing), she made the responsible choice not to give Craig yet another new look. The jacket’s shoulders are lightly structured and have roped sleeve heads. I wore Highburys myself today, very comfortable they are too – a winning combination. http://www.bondsuits.com/classic-city-suit-the-grey-rope-stripe-in-octopussy/. The trousers I wish were higher, so no shirt was exposed beneath the buttoning point. Also, Charles keeps his left hand in his suit coat pocket. $399.95 $ 399 ... Ages: 15 years and up. The construction looks like the typical Anderson & Sheppard school of tailoring, but the cloth is light. You have entered an incorrect email address! Well considered and well said (as always) and yes, I agree that “neutral” is a good definition to encompass this discussion! 99. There’s good and bad in every decade, style wise. The Brioni suits from TWINE are definitely nice looking, well-made, and timeless. Almost every single tailored jacket I can find him wearing has those sleeve creases, all the way back to the 1970s. Great blog Matt. As Mr. Spaiser observes, the Tom Ford O’Connor is still too tight on Craig. Unauthorized use and/or duplication of this material without express and written permission from this blog’s author and/or owner is strictly prohibited. The latter film earns a spot on this list because it features both button-two suits along with Brosnan’s quintessential button-three suits, showing how both styles can fit into a wardrobe like the previous two films on this list do. Charles is basically 99.99% flawless; though I concede it’s a matter of taste if the creases resulting from a full-cut are aesthetically optimal. Charles has always had the habit of keeping his hand in his jacket pocket. FREE Shipping by Amazon. Was is just a coincidence that Daniel Craig wore this suit for the Prince of Wales’ visit to the set? This could be an intentional use of costume design – in 1971’s Dirty Harry, Clint Eastwood’s wardrobe generally avoids the 1971 look to give Harry Callahan an “old-fashioned values” persona but the effect is to separate Harry from the 1971 climate. How Sean Connery Set the Fashion Template for Future James Bonds English Tailoring. There's No Time To Die for James Bond.That's because he was busy catching the last few rays of sun, as Daniel Craig posed with co-star Lea Seydoux in the latest photocall release for Bond 25. Bond wears the suit in the Mexico action sequence, underneath the black 'Day of the Dead' festival suit and mask. Craig’s ones get close, because they are minimal, a bit vintage in clothes and palettes, but contemporary in cut, and with some peculiar, exquisite detail (cocktail cuffs, tab collars, etc.). It still has the ‘triangle of shame’, a.k.a the one that leaves shirt+tie visible above the waist line. He is not elegant at all. The trousers have a slightly narrow straight leg to identify them as English trousers of the late 1960s, but they don’t draw attention. Matt Spaiser is a graphic designer located in New York. Dr. No (1962). These clothes are straight out of The Persuaders! Craig wearing suits that fit him is a welcome change and the style and details look classic to me. But i must admit that many of the suits that Roger More dressed in “The man with the golden gun” are rather classic and timeless. That said, achieving the Hulk-like physique of Craig is considered masculine and appealing today (which is the only era I know) but I’m assuming people in the 70s-80s weren’t obsessed about washboard stomachs and melon shoulders? ... Morphsuits Fun Shack Boys Little Gangster Suit Costume Kids Black Pinstripe Mafia 1920S Suit - Large. I think I am coming around to the view that “timeless” means “neutral”. I am not a fan of that “drape cut” and their soft tailoring style either. I never cease to be amazed at how the production of OHMSS seems to have taken place at the in the perfect Goldilocks Zone of men’s tailoring, at least for my tastes. AS are known to cut a rather generous sleeve (not my cup of tea). As a separate aside; what was Brosnan’s aversion to buttoning certain coats, often the DB variety……. The film has a fairly unremarkable wardrobe, but that is why it doesn’t look outdated almost two decades later. Furthermore, I feel you are conflating classic with your own colour and style sensibilities rather than looking at the overall picture. Green Suit (Skyfall) At first glance, you may not see the green color imbued in the … Hugo Drax even tells him “Your reputation precedes you” or something to that effect! © Cocktail Cuffs LLC, 2010-2020. Men's Peak Lapel Wool Blend Dark Navy Two Button Spectre 3 Piece James Bond Outfit. Change the tie and you can wear those suits today. Bold doesn’t fit the concept of a mature Bond in my opinion. Everyone has been moving towards lighter cloths. The suit, tailored specifically for Connery by Anthony Sinclair, fits perfectly throughout. I suspect that this will not be the only cocktail cuff shirt in the film. Major has been mentioned frequently on this blog, and one of his suits is even featured in this article! … Precisely. From shop ChloeSimoneGoods. An elegantly tailored suit makes imperfect and elderly bodies appear smooth and look refined. The suit has black buttons to match the black in the Glen Urquhart check. Excerpts and links may be used, provided that full and clear credit is given to Matt Spaiser and Bond Suits with appropriate and specific direction to the original content. Bond’s Style Never Overshadows Him. They draw too much attention to clothing, and this is a mark of how a really well (or timelessly) dressed man should not be. This, indeed, applies to both, men and women. I like the new direction. From the recent pictures, from Sunday’s shooting, it looks a lot like a double Windsor knot, what is your educated guess on this matter? Neither Larlarb nor the film’s stylish director Cary Joji Fukunaga have put their stamp on this outfit. Was it because it was the movie that set the precedents? The suit’s fit is not perfect, but it is a tremendous improvement over the suits in Skyfall and Spectre. I think that's the suit from the dinner with Goodnight scene. The solid charcoal suit is the second most versatile suit, which is great for business But I personally prefer the term “neutral.” And Bond has never whole heartedly embraced the fashions of the time (Skyfall, I would argue, excepted) – again, Roger Moore as Bond was dressed in a relatively subdued manner for the late 1970s, just as even Dalton’s 1989 suits avoided the worst excesses of the period (perhaps to their detriment, given them a cheap, half-finished look) and Connery avoided the MOD look of the mid 1960s. $84.99 $ 84. I don’t see a single orange satin tie on Moore throughout his entire tenure as Bond. Most of Moore’s flashier outfits appear in his 70’s movies, and in those movies he is not even pretending to be undercover as a businessman. Related Stories for GQ James Bond TV Movies Suits. Despite this film being over a decade old now, the fashions hold up exceptionally well. Now that you mention it, I notice that all these suits except for DAD are from transitional periods in men’s tailoring. It is based on a character introduced in the world by Ian Fleming, James Bond. Men's James Bond 007 Spectre Daniel Craig Slim-fit Style Black Suede Leather Jacket with a Complimentary T-Shirt. FREE Shipping. That said, the suits listed here are all wonderful (and the brilliant OHMSS cut comes the closest to defying being restricted to any particular time or place) but I am old enough to remember how out of touch Sean Connery’s suits from Goldfinger looked to this viewer’s eyes in the early 1980s. Prince William is also a noted lefty. He passed on many of his own unconventional quirks, one being his penchant for lightweight suits. Recent closeups indicate he’s wearing a new version of an Omega Seamaster on a *shudder* milanese mesh strap. To learn more, you can read about him here: http://www.bondsuits.com/d-major-bespoke-tailors-ohmss-style/, I think Connery has timeless suits in all his films from Dr No to YOLT. Despite black shoes having become unfashionable in the last few years, it is a relief to see that Bond is still wearing them in a London business setting, where brown shoes will not do, especially not for a traditional military man like Bond. “. I’m not crazy about the sleeve crease, and I think it’s just a poor press job. The cut is less exaggeratedly 1960s. The lighter suit surprises me. in the ‘Property of a Lady’ Thanks again, Matt. In today’s age of sportswear people want to “burst out” of a suit to show off their muscles, while back in the 60-90s I’m assuming people used the suit’s cut to make themselves look larger or stronger without having to live in the gym. James Bond could be considered as the first ever character that is more famous than anything or any one who has played the character of Bond. And the shirt is striped in white and pink (! That’s the case of the famous Golfinger grey Glen check three piece suit, too. Written by Matt Spaiser: http://bit.ly/2IkboBb More great articles at Suits of James Bond James Bond is known for his suits and his gadgets. It’s a shame Dalton is the only Bond actor not to make it, but they should have actually tailored him in both movies, especially LTK. 4.7 out of 5 stars 4. Why ruin it with a tie clip is a mystery to me…. I just had a look at all of them here and can’t find what you mean. I don’ t remember how likely that would have been – was he considered? The lapels are moderately narrow, just like in Spectre. The shoulders look wide enough, the jacket length covers his buttocks, the sleeves can drape cleanly and comfortably and the trousers are not clinging to his legs. Also, speaking of “fashion”, since the cultural revolution of the 1960’s, many trends coexisted together in society and today it’s more obvious than ever. I hope this to be true and look forward to seeing more. Bond Suits is an unofficial information resource and is not linked to the official James Bond production companies. The most notable fashionable is detail steeply slanted hacking pockets, which became fashionable in the 1960s but are now considered a timeless English detail. So, I think I am one of those “questioning” the concept of “timeless” as referred to in the first paragraph. I always laugh when I hear the 70’s dismissed as “the decade style forgot”. The stripes are not loud by British standards, though they’re not subtle either. Is it due to canvassing ? Much better than the last two films. Thanks for the another interesting article. You are shifting the goalposts in order to suit your narrative. – just an enthusiastic amateur!) Though Charles’ suit is classically proportioned, next to Craig’s suit he could look positively baggy to the untrained eye (not that I’m ‘trained’ at all! There is hardly a single dominating trend that can be noticed. According to Fleming himself (who referred to the books a “lark”), the novels were meant as escapism as well – if one wants spy stories or realism, there is always the incomparable Le Carre, and if one wants an “assassin”, yes, Jason Bourne (cinematic version, I can’t speak to the books) sets the standard. Using the premium quality and 100% pure fabrics such as leather, fleece, cotton, satin and wool, the designers at our have perfectly stitched these quality apparels that include jackets, hoodies, coats and suits featured in James Bond movies. Name as you like it, but it is not burgundy nor a “classical” red, it shouts: “Hey, look at me! The grey suit isn’t a pinstripe as well, it’s just a simple solid flannel. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. in late 1971 (last .. ... What Can You Take From James Bond’s Wardrobe? Exaggerated details can look very dated very quickly: very wide or very skinny lapels, flared or drainpipe trousers, overly tight or excessively baggy clothes. Styles have always changed throughout history, in men’s fashions from decade to decade and in women’s fashions from season to season, so nothing is ever entirely timeless. At the same time, people thought the shrunken look was ridiculous or too much of a women’s style. In 1969 the narrow proportions of the decade were no longer cutting edge, and the newly fashionable airplane-wing lapels and bell-bottom trousers were for the young counterculture—George Lazenby’s generation—and not yet a part of mainstream fashion. I think the brighter blue colour is flattering and helps him look less stodgy than a navy blue would. The Tom Ford shirt is white with the tab collar from Skyfall and the “Dr No” cocktail cuffs from Spectre. That said, it was easier to find clothes that fit me in the 2000s…, Sure, I like long lasts myself. One could argue that the cut reflects the ideal physique of the era, rather than how the suit itself would flatter them. Considering what he wore in the Oscars, I thought Bond 25 would stick to the Atticus cut with wide lapels, also taking the more “mature Bond” concept into account. Rather interesting to see Daniel Craig’s Glen Urquhart-patterned suit, ‘fashionably’ tight, contrasted with Prince Charles’ full-cut A&S bespoke pinstripe. The breast pocket is Tom Ford’s usual curved ‘barchetta’ shape, and the hip pockets are gently slanted with flaps. We have our first look at Daniel Craig’s tailored style from the still-untitled Bond 25, and there are few surprises. And I am not referring to the gorilla . My own view is that the Moore era was a nadir for the Bond films but how much different would his interpretation of the character have been if he’d got the job in the sixties? The biggest clothing highlight of Dalton was the dinner suit with a Q Branch-approved velcro throat latch! Tom Ford calls this pattern a “Prince of Wales” check, which is a popular name for this type of check whether or not is has an overcheck. The windowpane design can be spotted clearly when Bond shoots with a rifle from the rooftop (a scene shown in the trailers). The flashiest thing I can see is the Winchester shirt with red striped body. That being said, I agree with Daniele about striped shirts with contrasting white collars being quite unfitting for Bond’s character, even Moore’s Bond. It is a rather fussy detail for Bond, but it goes along with the mid-century American look of the tab collar. Though Jany Temime, the costumer designer from the previous two Bond films, did not return for Bond 25, many of the styles that she established for Bond are still present. After years of research, he founded Bond Suits in 2010, creating the ultimate resource for James Bond style and the first catalogue of all of 007’s outfits. For Craig’s final turn as 007, Tom Ford takes Bond back to his roots with a sharp gray glen check suit, arguably the quintessential The tie clip (also known as a tie bar or tie clasp) is placed at the modern height, which is slightly higher than where it was usually placed during its heyday in the 1960s. Now, all is a question of proportions. The only clear mark of the 1980s is the low button stance on the jackets, which was fashionable at the time. A high-contrast check like this is rather sporty for the office, but we do not yet know the context of Bond’s visit. After years of research, he founded Bond Suits in 2010, creating the ultimate resource for James Bond style and the first catalogue of all of 007’s outfits. Just last week I saw Jill Masterson and Domino’s brother in the same episode. Now this is what I’ve been looking forward to seeing. These are the suits Bond wears 90% of the time, forming the foundation of his wardrobe. Great topic. After all, he did not need Terence Young to outfit him and to teach him about suits. I mentioned elsewhere on this forum that here in America a TV channel has been running a few episodes of The Saint each week in a chronological rotation. The tab collar and tie bar are indeed too fussy, but these are minor quibbles. The suit in Dr. No only draws attention from its good cut. James Bond had worn this blue sharkskin suit at Spectre headquarters. I believed it then, I believe it now. Both dressed very much as believable executives during their respective decades. The overall style from Hayward’s former partner Dimi Major returned, with medium-width lapels and no trouser pleats, but the trouser legs have a more moderate width. Anthony Sinclair’s tailoring for Sean Connery in Dr. No had at this point been the … And have ordinarily despised the look/fit of his suits by 2002, the cocktail cuffs from Spectre also. 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