No Time To Die wardrobe: possible spoilers

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  • walther p99walther p99 NJPosts: 3,416MI6 Agent
    Matt S wrote:

    A decision probably taken out of his hands for the sake of continuity. DC arrived in Matera to film long after the bridge jump was filmed and the stunt double buttoned the top button to try and conceal the cords as much as possible


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    That makes sense, I was also thinking within the context of the film maybe he buttons it all the way up so its not flapping around when he jumps over the bridge. But earlier pics from the cemetery show it buttoned that way anyway.

    If flapping around was a concern, buttoning the bottom would have done a lot more than buttoning the top. I think the top is buttoned to conceal a harness.
    That's a good point!
  • SevenDSevenD Posts: 97MI6 Agent
    VegasBond wrote:
    SevenD wrote:
    VegasBond wrote:
    Looks like the Aqua terra has been narrowed down to two models, based on the date window being on the right. I’m hopeful it will be a continuation of the 41.5 mm Bond wore in the ending of Spectre (not the vintage from the DB5 scene).
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    Aren’t the models with the vertical lines discontinued?
    Pulled this off the site today looks like they brought this particular model back.
    I went to the Omega Boutique today and showed them the pictures from their website. They said the problem with their site is that it also pulls older and discontinued watches. They said the Aqua Terras with the vertical lines are discontinued and will not come back. Unfortunately :#
  • Monsieur Le ChiffreMonsieur Le Chiffre LondonPosts: 148MI6 Agent
    Matt S wrote:

    A decision probably taken out of his hands for the sake of continuity. DC arrived in Matera to film long after the bridge jump was filmed and the stunt double buttoned the top button to try and conceal the cords as much as possible


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    That makes sense, I was also thinking within the context of the film maybe he buttons it all the way up so its not flapping around when he jumps over the bridge. But earlier pics from the cemetery show it buttoned that way anyway.

    If flapping around was a concern, buttoning the bottom would have done a lot more than buttoning the top. I think the top is buttoned to conceal a harness.

    Exactly my point, aside from my incorrect use of the word 'cords'.
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  • DBSDBS Los Angeles, CAPosts: 1,015MI6 Agent
    edited January 2020
    I finally took delivery of my Alexander Olch tie, so I snapped a few pics of the tie paired with my Cucinelli chambray shirt and Albert Thurston braces.

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    Now anxiously awaiting delivery of my MA Sloop suit...

    Kind regards,
    Craig
  • welshboy78welshboy78 Posts: 10,295MI6 Agent
    Very nice!!!

    Got my suit but no tie lol
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  • OMEGA BOND WATCHESOMEGA BOND WATCHES Las Vegas, NVPosts: 210MI6 Agent
    welshboy78 wrote:
    Very nice!!!

    Got my suit but no tie lol

    If you don’t mind me asking how much was the suit? And is it still available?
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  • DBSDBS Los Angeles, CAPosts: 1,015MI6 Agent
    At the current exchange rate, the MA Sloop suit is just about $1100 with delivery to the USA.
  • Bond44Bond44 Vauxhall CrossPosts: 1,581MI6 Agent
    edited January 2020
    I know everyone has moved on from this one but Santa was a tad late this year!

    Glad I went for a medium boy they are fitted :))

    My guess was jeans and ryders with this outfit :)

    Cheers :007)



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    Kind of liking this look with the CR Loake Tappers


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  • alexandrosmagnosalexandrosmagnos Posts: 4MI6 Agent
    How did you get hold of the Brunello Cucinelli shirt? Thought I read it was out of stock for the season and to wait until spring... or was it something about the buttons...? Also, I'm not familiar with where to buy Cucinelli.

    Also, Cavour.co has the drakes chukkas for less than some other sites. Have bought them and the Skyfall Islay boots from them, so it seems a good shop.
  • welshboy78welshboy78 Posts: 10,295MI6 Agent
    Connolly Sizing chart just received

    First measurement surely not shoulder to shoulder. Seems huge that measurement.


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  • CajunCajun Posts: 483MI6 Agent
    Bond44 wrote:
    Kind of liking this look with the CR Loake Tappers


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    MAN does that look fantastic with the Trappers!

    Sadly, I returned the RGT jacket because I just can't get over my texture aversion to waxed cloth. I really wish they'd do a "dry" version in the same color.
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  • walther p99walther p99 NJPosts: 3,416MI6 Agent
    DBS wrote:
    I finally took delivery of my Alexander Olch tie, so I snapped a few pics of the tie paired with my Cucinelli chambray shirt and Albert Thurston braces.

    t3vVPhl.jpg

    GOli0w6.jpg


    Now anxiously awaiting delivery of my MA Sloop suit...

    Kind regards,
    Craig
    Anybody get the screen-accurate forehead vein yet?
  • Cg23Cg23 Posts: 242MI6 Agent
    DBS wrote:
    I finally took delivery of my Alexander Olch tie, so I snapped a few pics of the tie paired with my Cucinelli chambray shirt and Albert Thurston braces.

    t3vVPhl.jpg

    GOli0w6.jpg


    Now anxiously awaiting delivery of my MA Sloop suit...

    Kind regards,
    Craig
    Anybody get the screen-accurate forehead vein yet?

    Hahahahaha
    Just dont let Factory Ent. get ahold of it, might end up the size of a rigatoni
  • CheverianCheverian Posts: 1,452MI6 Agent
    welshboy78 wrote:
    Connolly Sizing chart just received

    First measurement surely not shoulder to shoulder. Seems huge that measurement.


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    I know the fit of this blouson doesn’t compare to a conventional jacket but I am more confused than I was before.
  • welshboy78welshboy78 Posts: 10,295MI6 Agent
    I think that first measurement is a error either in the description or the measurement.
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  • 007Downunder007Downunder Hobart, Australia Posts: 373MI6 Agent
    Hi, has there been an id on the tie bar from NTTD and cufflinks thanks
    Anthony
  • DBSDBS Los Angeles, CAPosts: 1,015MI6 Agent
    How did you get hold of the Brunello Cucinelli shirt? Thought I read it was out of stock for the season and to wait until spring... or was it something about the buttons...? Also, I'm not familiar with where to buy Cucinelli.

    Also, Cavour.co has the drakes chukkas for less than some other sites. Have bought them and the Skyfall Islay boots from them, so it seems a good shop.

    The shirt I purchased is from the Spring/Summer '20 Collection, which is currently available at Brunello Cucinelli's Online Shop. When Blair received confirmation from his BC rep that the shirt was from Cucinelli, I began tracking the possible versions of the shirt, as this is one of Cucinelli's staple items that appears each season with slight variations. You can see from the photo below that the shirt has appeared in each season's collection with subtle changes.

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    The shirt that would have been available to the Costume department before principal photography began would be the shirt on the far left, part of the Spring/Summer '19 Collection, available this time last year. It's a Basic Fit twill chambray button-down collar with two-button barrel cuffs and mother of pearl buttons. The color code was C008. The shirt had already been discontinued and not available for sale when the confirmation was made.

    The shirt in the middle was available as part of the Fall/Winter '19 Collection. It was also a Basic Fit shirt with the same features as the Spring shirt - the color code was also C008 but looks darker here - simply from the way the shirt photographs. The only difference between the 2 seasons was swapping out the mother of pearl buttons for the mother of horn buttons.

    The last shirt is from the current Spring/Summer '20 Collection. This shirt has the same features as the S/S '19 shirt, and same C008 color code, but it is now made in a Slim Fit, not the Basic Fit. I've had the opportunity to wear a number of BC's different fits - Basic, Italian, Slim, and Leisure. The Basic fit is easily described as boxy - not flattering to most body shapes. I can only imagine that DC's shirt was heavily tailored, as most or all of his wardrobe was. I opted to purchase the Slim fit version since this is what I typically wear - now I don't need to have the body tailored to fit.

    My guess is that for the Fall/Winter '20 Collection, the Slim fit version will be available with the horn buttons, and for Spring/Summer '21, it will be a Leisure Fit shirt. Just my thoughts though based on previous seasons.

    As for the buttons question, I can't quite tell if DC's shirt has mother of pearl buttons, or if the Costume department swapped them out with a blue iridescent button, which I have seen on BC polos. But at this point, I can only surmise that changing out 15 buttons on 20+ shirts would be a massive task unless BC did it themselves if the shirt order was custom for the Costume department. If the shirt was off-the-rack, they would have been the mother of pearl buttons. They were definitely not the horn buttons.

    Kind regards,
    Craig
  • welshboy78welshboy78 Posts: 10,295MI6 Agent
    Hi, has there been an id on the tie bar from NTTD and cufflinks thanks

    Cocktail cuffs!
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  • universal exports tokyouniversal exports tokyo TokyoPosts: 11MI6 Agent
    DBS wrote:
    How did you get hold of the Brunello Cucinelli shirt? Thought I read it was out of stock for the season and to wait until spring... or was it something about the buttons...? Also, I'm not familiar with where to buy Cucinelli.

    Also, Cavour.co has the drakes chukkas for less than some other sites. Have bought them and the Skyfall Islay boots from them, so it seems a good shop.

    The shirt I purchased is from the Spring/Summer '20 Collection, which is currently available at Brunello Cucinelli's Online Shop. When Blair received confirmation from his BC rep that the shirt was from Cucinelli, I began tracking the possible versions of the shirt, as this is one of Cucinelli's staple items that appears each season with slight variations. You can see from the photo below that the shirt has appeared in each season's collection with subtle changes.

    Wu72l97.jpg

    The shirt that would have been available to the Costume department before principal photography began would be the shirt on the far left, part of the Spring/Summer '19 Collection, available this time last year. It's a Basic Fit twill chambray button-down collar with two-button barrel cuffs and mother of pearl buttons. The color code was C008. The shirt had already been discontinued and not available for sale when the confirmation was made.

    The shirt in the middle was available as part of the Fall/Winter '19 Collection. It was also a Basic Fit shirt with the same features as the Spring shirt - the color code was also C008 but looks darker here - simply from the way the shirt photographs. The only difference between the 2 seasons was swapping out the mother of pearl buttons for the mother of horn buttons.

    The last shirt is from the current Spring/Summer '20 Collection. This shirt has the same features as the S/S '19 shirt, and same C008 color code, but it is now made in a Slim Fit, not the Basic Fit. I've had the opportunity to wear a number of BC's different fits - Basic, Italian, Slim, and Leisure. The Basic fit is easily described as boxy - not flattering to most body shapes. I can only imagine that DC's shirt was heavily tailored, as most or all of his wardrobe was. I opted to purchase the Slim fit version since this is what I typically wear - now I don't need to have the body tailored to fit.

    My guess is that for the Fall/Winter '20 Collection, the Slim fit version will be available with the horn buttons, and for Spring/Summer '21, it will be a Leisure Fit shirt. Just my thoughts though based on previous seasons.

    As for the buttons question, I can't quite tell if DC's shirt has mother of pearl buttons, or if the Costume department swapped them out with a blue iridescent button, which I have seen on BC polos. But at this point, I can only surmise that changing out 15 buttons on 20+ shirts would be a massive task unless BC did it themselves if the shirt order was custom for the Costume department. If the shirt was off-the-rack, they would have been the mother of pearl buttons. They were definitely not the horn buttons.

    Kind regards,
    Craig

    Good choice! I took BC shirts, too. Mine is "Colour block shirt (Permanent Collection".
    Off cource, I've purchaced AW tie AT braes.
    Now, I'm resizing my sloop suits which I took from Yoox.
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  • MikeG77MikeG77 Posts: 1,771MI6 Agent
    welshboy78 wrote:
    I think that first measurement is a error either in the description or the measurement.

    Sizing doesn't really seem right especially shoulders and back length. Based on the size chart I'd be a large or possibly an x-large but with out clear shoulder measurements it's hard to say. I wonder does anyone on the forum actually own one of the original jackets so we get some insight on fit?
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  • 007Downunder007Downunder Hobart, Australia Posts: 373MI6 Agent
    welshboy78 wrote:
    Hi, has there been an id on the tie bar from NTTD and cufflinks thanks

    Cocktail cuffs!
    Duh of course thanks well I’ve got a couple of Mr Fish cocktail cuff shirts from Mason & Sons.
    Now I just need the tie bar I’ve got a nice Mont Blanc one but haven’t worn it for years.
    Anthony
  • JTMJTM Posts: 3,027MI6 Agent
    welshboy78 wrote:
    Hi, has there been an id on the tie bar from NTTD and cufflinks thanks

    Cocktail cuffs!
    Duh of course thanks well I’ve got a couple of Mr Fish cocktail cuff shirts from Mason & Sons.
    Now I just need the tie bar I’ve got a nice Mont Blanc one but haven’t worn it for years.

    If the tie bar turns out to be Tom Ford, be prepared to pay the big $$$$.
  • universal exports tokyouniversal exports tokyo TokyoPosts: 11MI6 Agent
    JTM wrote:
    welshboy78 wrote:

    Cocktail cuffs!
    Duh of course thanks well I’ve got a couple of Mr Fish cocktail cuff shirts from Mason & Sons.
    Now I just need the tie bar I’ve got a nice Mont Blanc one but haven’t worn it for years.

    If the tie bar turns out to be Tom Ford, be prepared to pay the big $$$$.

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  • Westward_DriftWestward_Drift Posts: 3,095MI6 Agent
    MikeG77 wrote:
    welshboy78 wrote:
    I think that first measurement is a error either in the description or the measurement.

    Sizing doesn't really seem right especially shoulders and back length. Based on the size chart I'd be a large or possibly an x-large but with out clear shoulder measurements it's hard to say. I wonder does anyone on the forum actually own one of the original jackets so we get some insight on fit?

    I've asked Max for a clarification on sizing.

    I'd guess I'd take a large. It'd still be a loose fit, but it is a linen blouson. I'd probably need the arm length of the large.
  • welshboy78welshboy78 Posts: 10,295MI6 Agent
    MikeG77 wrote:
    welshboy78 wrote:
    I think that first measurement is a error either in the description or the measurement.

    Sizing doesn't really seem right especially shoulders and back length. Based on the size chart I'd be a large or possibly an x-large but with out clear shoulder measurements it's hard to say. I wonder does anyone on the forum actually own one of the original jackets so we get some insight on fit?

    Nah nobody has a original here that I know of and unlikely - ultra rare and tiny amount produced.

    The London store is tiny, very boutique and more a classic British heritage type leather goods shop then clothes. Very small selection of clothes when I visited.

    Westward queried first measurement so will see what comes back from them.
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  • The Bond ExperienceThe Bond Experience Newtown, PAPosts: 5,490Quartermasters
    I am due to receive two sizes of the jacket fr a full review but we are still "discussing" the timing of those samples. Hopefully that will help as I know there has been significant confusion on sizing and details.
  • The Bond VivantThe Bond Vivant SeendPosts: 1,339MI6 Agent
    Comparing it with the Mango jacket I have, just as a rough guide/comparison, I think that the back measurement isn't shoulder to shoulder, but the back length, from collar to waist/hem. My Medium Mango measures 64cm, and the chest is 57cm. Sleeve length is 64cm, but the sleeves are overly long on the Mango, in my opinion.
  • welshboy78welshboy78 Posts: 10,295MI6 Agent
    Comparing it with the Mango jacket I have, just as a rough guide/comparison, I think that the back measurement isn't shoulder to shoulder, but the back length, from collar to waist/hem. My Medium Mango measures 64cm, and the chest is 57cm. Sleeve length is 64cm, but the sleeves are overly long on the Mango, in my opinion.

    Yeah had a feeling that would probably be back length measurement.
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  • The Bond VivantThe Bond Vivant SeendPosts: 1,339MI6 Agent
    And I think that's the first time ever that anyone has said that the sleeves are overly long on the mango. It sounds like a WWII spy conversation starter...
  • Bond44Bond44 Vauxhall CrossPosts: 1,581MI6 Agent
    DBS wrote:
    I finally took delivery of my Alexander Olch tie, so I snapped a few pics of the tie paired with my Cucinelli chambray shirt and Albert Thurston braces.

    GOli0w6.jpg


    Now anxiously awaiting delivery of my MA Sloop suit...

    Kind regards,
    Craig
    Anybody get the screen-accurate forehead vein yet?

    I have one of those - but unfortunately God read the instructions and got it wrong when it said 'Fore' and he put it in my winky - I will be having a word in his shell like!! :))

    Cheers :007)
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