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With these tailors you can get a bespoke suit for the same price as Tom Ford with the Tom Ford look and yet a personalised fit. I dare say, Matt, out of all the tailors that Bond had been through, to be honest, Anthony Sinclair represents the best English bespoke styling except for the notch lapel dinner jacket. Straight shoulders with roped sleeve heads are made much differently from soft shoulders with natural sleeve heads, and English bespoke tailors usually specialise in one style or another and will only make small changes from their speciality. I have a I think that style suits me best. One area where English bespoke tailors excel is in the shaping of their suits. What sets a bespoke suit apart is that a bespoke tailor makes a unique pattern for the client. They are designed by Tom Ford. Even the literary Bond is known to have suits from Canali in his wardrobe which are not bespoke suits btw. Normally the price of good bespoke is and should be way above the price of mtm but so normally is its value for money. Made-to-measure suits typically come in eight to ten weeks. Bespoke is about the process to achieve the best fit, including the tailor draughting a pattern for the client and having multiple fittings. Attolini foremost makes made-to-measure suits but they offer a bespoke service as well if I am not mistaken. There are limits to alterations. Brioni does not come close. But for some people, the right ready-to-wear suit can have an almost perfect fit. None of the Italian tailors you mention would be an alternative to Brioni because they make much different styles. Choosing a suit by style is a personal decision. One tailor cannot always cut a suit in the style of another tailor. The right suit may help you look more like your favourite James Bond, but also be aware that what your favourite James Bond wears may not make you look like him. If going with Tom Ford or Brioni ready-to-wear, your choice should be first what fits you best and second what you like best. I only referred to Caraceni as a superb Italian tailor but of course there are others — that was independent all whatsoever Bond issues. A slight exception could be made for Neapolitan tailoring since the ready-to-wear Brunello Cucinelli jacket that Bond wears in Spectre is inspired by it. Of course bespoke tailoring is the winner. 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. Attolini is from Naples and very different in style from the Brioni that Bond wore. Tom Ford, Brioni and English bespoke tailors all make high quality suits that should last decades if the cloth is hardy enough. Both Tom Ford and Brioni have different models you can choose from, for different styles and different silhouettes. Savile Row tailors have been paying more attention to finer points of quality in recent years to compete with the type of craftsmanship found in Italy, but the British were never known for the same attention to detail as the Italian are. Even though bespoke tailoring came first, people would go to a Roman bespoke tailor to get something in the Brioni style they became familiar with first from James Bond. I did not mention Neapolitan tailors because they would be relevant to Bondian tailoring but because I wanted to balance my statement. When it comes to Savile Row bespoke suits, different tailors will take different amount of input from the customer. However, Tom Ford is very much inspired by the Savile Row tailors who specialise in more structured cuts. The handwork on Brioni is the best of any suit James Bond has worn. View Results. This personal attention that goes into a bespoke suit is an immeasurable quality. The house style primarily refers to the silhouette, which includes the shoulders, chest and overall shape of the jacket and trousers. This means not getting suits in delicate high super number wools or cashmere. A full-cut suit can be taken in more easily than a more fitted suit can be let out. A good tailor is judged in his ability to fit a suit, not his ability to cut in a wide variety of styles. I have rather strict views on made-to-measure vs. When deciding which James Bond-level suit-makers to purchase a suit from, fit and style should be the defining factors. Just curious, but which English tailors do you believe are more Italian than English? Then all would be included. A Tom Ford suit is not a more expensive Zegna suit. Most English tailors have a house style. Other bespoke tailors in Rome—and maybe some in Milan—can make a suit that looks similar to Brioni, but Brioni still has their own unique way of constructing a suit. My wedding dinner suit was made like a Tom Ford with straight shoulders and a shaped waist. Those I mentioned only were the ones which came first to my mind. But to me Italian bespoke came first and Brioni afterwars -not the other way round. The whole point of this article is to compare the suits that Bond wears from a purchasing perspective. The same could be said for bespoke Brioni. You can tell any tailor you want a suit with two buttons on the front, peaked lapels, two vents in back, a ticket pocket, no pleats on the trousers, side adjusters on the trousers, and so on. IMO it must not necessarily be restricted to English bespoke — one should of course consider Italian bespoke tailoring as an alternative to Brioni suits. When choosing a bespoke tailor, being familiar with their house style is very important. Ermenegildo Zegna mainline suits are of excellent quality but nowhere close to the quality of a Tom Ford suit. They also use internal padding and canvas to shape a suit to a client in a personal way that factory made suits like Tom Ford and Brioni cannot. Douglas Hayward was one of the more Italian-inspired of the English tailors based on the lighter construction of his suits, but he still tailored an English style. The values of Tom Ford, Brioni and English bespoke are difficult to compare. Made-to-measure also allows you to chose from a variety of cloths as well as from different details, such as vent styles, pocket styles, trouser front styles, side adjusters or belt loops, and much more, depending on the made-to-measure system. They all cost in the same price range. Brioni also has a bespoke service available in Milan and Rome that has been used for the James Bond films. The attention put into Tom Ford, Brioni and English bespoke suits is all on high enough a level that it should not be a deciding factor when choosing between them. Even though the price and quality of a Zegna Couture suit and a Tom Ford suit are comparable, they are considerably different suits. So actually there is no exact answer to the question what a Bondian suit might be. London has two distinct schools of tailoring with tailors like Anthony Sinclair in the middle.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} I only mentioned in this article what I think is most relevant to Bondian tailoring. The question you pose is something I asked in this article, and I hope this article helps guide people to find that answer. You are limited to what the made-to-measure system can do, both in the ways the pattern can be altered and in the styles that are available. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}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? I did not mention those Italian resp. To be honest, even though Brioni follows what they say the Roman tailoring tradition, I cannot really see anything that is Bond — suitable from Brioni. Ready-to-wear suits are suits in standard sizes and lengths that are already made, which can be altered. As I wrote above, getting a bespoke suit does not mean you can ask the tailor to make whatever style you want. Get to know which style you like best and which works best for your body. Off Savile Row you can find an even wider variety of cuts. Brioni suits are also unique, whether they are ready-to-wear, made-to-measure or bespoke. A Bondian suit is simply a suit that resembles what Bond has already worn and and is a suit that people identify Bond with. They are meant to be fitted and are shaped conform to the body rather than fight against it. You are limited to the cloths and cuts already made. Bespoke tailors know your body whilst made-to-measure factories reduce your body to mere measurements and variations on their standard pattern. Bespoke suits are something entirely different from made-to-measure. Since Bond is an English character one might suggest that it is likely to be made by an English tailor. Made-to-measure suits start with the ready-to-wear suit models a brand sells and alter the pattern at the factory for a better fit than can be achieved by altering a ready-to-wear suit. And of course there are lots of other Italian bespoke tailors beside those I mentioned: Solito, Rubinacci, Elia Caliendo etc. But Tom Ford suits also feature excellent handwork and may be better than the handwork on many Savile Row suits. You cannot go to any bespoke tailor and ask for a suit that looks like a Tom Ford or Brioni suit. But how those things are done are usually up to the tailor, who may determine where the buttons are placed, how the lapel notches and peaks are shaped, how the pockets and side adjusters are crafted and where they are placed, and how much taper the trousers will have. Even with tailoring, a full cut suit will almost never be able to have the kind of shape most Tom Ford suits have. Neapolitan tailoring or for that matter French, German and American tailoring is not Bondian. You may have an odd body type and truly need bespoke, or the right ready-to-wear suit with a few alterations may be a perfect fit for you. Others mention Maurice Sedwell. Also, many English tailors also may not be willing to tailor a jacket with the lapel cleanly rolled to the middle button like on the Tom Ford suits in Quantum of Solace and Spectre. A bespoke tailor knows how to make a suit that will best fit and flatter the client, and this is the reason to go bespoke over made-to-measure. If a tailor has a very specific house style, like H. Dimi Major is another good tailor, although from my take, his tailoring can be fashionable, which could push people of conservative minds away. So who wins between Tom Ford, Brioni and English bespoke? And there are many mtm-firms on the market which are really so bad especially those who apply body-scanning and such rubbish that each off-the-rack suit has a better fit than the suit they will make for you. Tom Ford suits, however, come close to English bespoke suits in the amount of shape they have.