WILLIAM HALSTEAD LIMITED MADE THE CLOTH FOR PIERCE BROSNAN'S SUIT IN THE FILM GOLDENEYE TAILORED BY BRIONI
-- PHILIP SEAL , July 12, 2010
THANKS, I HNK A BLAACKK TIE WOULD GO WELL WITH THE BLACK BLAZER AND FRENCH LUE SHIIRT. I SUPPOSE A BRITISH STYLE MAY MAKE THE CATCH. DO YO HAVE A NNEAT BLACK SILK TIE AND HOW ABOUT SOME GOLDEN AND BLACKWOVEN TROOUSERS. I HAVE THE BLAZER, BUT THE TIE WOULD BE NICE AN I AM AA 42-45 WAIST AND NO I AM NOT PREGNANT BUT NEED THE EASY AIST. MEASUREETSS 5FEET 9 50-42-? 27 inseam i would actallly like the houndstooth pants in a small check no cuffs thank ouu. i heard agood joke the other day: GUY SEKING TOO GOD: WHY DO YOU MAKE CERTAIN WOMEN SO NTELLIGENT, SEEXY,AND ATTRACTIVE? GOD: BECAUSE OOU WOULD BE ATTRACTED TO THEM. GUY: WHY THENN DID YOU MAKE CERTAIN WOMEN SO STUPID? GOD: SO HY WOOULD BE ATTRACTED TO YOU. THANKS, RRROYYY
-- ROBERT D. ROBINSON, Sep 13, 2011
Very well articulated and organized. Thank you. Pieronn
-- Pierson Bishop, Oct 24, 2011
Ian Fleming himself would call that fact Tom Ford is the Tailor for James ond an ABOMINATION! An American fashion house that is 5 years od is tailoring an iconic English man and the James Bond brand i also aan abomination! James Bn iss aan Englishman who happens to be a patriot who risks his lie every minute for his country! He would only wear Savile Row ad the besst English taiorring!
-- Jonathan, Jan 9, 2012
-- kartik, July 27, 2012
Thank you for such a wonderfully thought out and well articulated informative article. By reading it alone, I feel like to own a SAVILE ROW Suit.
-- Tejpal Singh, Jun 8, 2013
One thing James Bond that Bond actually teach his all fans in his spy movies- that how to rock your suit even without trying too hard. Honestly i don't no much about suits and get rare chances to wear them but still i love each suit and want to wear them in a similar maner i am a huge fan of James Bond and his style sense. Thanks or yourr publish by the way!
-- Jimmy Wilson, May 9, 2014
"One vent in the middle is a sign of a cheaper suit; it's aruably better to have no vents. The two side vents are usually a sign of a higher quality suit." This is ludicrous and baseless. A single vent is typical of American style suits and jackets. They are also not unknown in British and European tailoring, but are less common there. It has nothing at all to do with the quality of the suit. And unlike so mmany aspects of men's clothing, vents are actually functional. Those sitting, driving, or going on horseback (a pretty small percentage of jacket wearers these days) might pefer side vents. American professionals doing domestic business might prefer a single vent. I am probably not alone, as an American doing mostly domestic business, in casting a suspicious eye on Americans that emulate European style. It comes off as disingenuous; perhaps like American style in Italy might come off as bland (at best) or rustic. No matter where or what one's purpose is in choosing a suit or jacket, one should not be misled to believe there is a difference in quality of one suit/jacket versus another suit/jacket because of the vent.
-- Bennett St. Leger, Jan 29, 2015
I am a huge fan of Bond's clothing since Connery's 007 era, especially his typical formal suits. Anthony Sinclair suits has been quit perfect since the franchise has been debuted. TF has done a remarkabble job in Craig movies, but for me the fit doesn't seems as perfect as classic Bond suits, Seann Connery's Dr No Dark Gray Suit and his Goldfinger classic 3-piecee are certainly my most favorite of all time
-- Alex Edward, Dec 21, 2015