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Ask Bond, James Bond. Brioni had dressed all the Bonds from Goldeneye to Casino Royale. From Savile Row in London, Bond had come all the way to Italy in the last decade to lend his suits a postmodern edge.
Lindy Hemming, the costume designer for Bond throughout this period, says of the attitude and ethics of the house of Brioni: “They were absolutely open to any sort of idea. They have a lifetime of making clothes for presidents and politicians, and they don't have that thing that they can't change what is going on. Whether it be 13 inside pockets, or one jacket with no vents and another that needs to open down the back".
The Brioni Story: Creative Innovation
While one often says that a man need not spend a lot to look like a million bucks, the truth is, it helps. Which is why a suit from Brioni costs an arm and a leg: the range begins from $3000 and may go way up. In short, there is nothing that represents the good life, suave charm, poise, and distinctive individuality like a suit from Brioni.
|Of course, in the world of handcrafted men's suits Savile
Row is still the first name that comes to mind, but its influence today is
seen in the legacy of those like Nazareno Fonticoli, who helped found the
house of Brioni in 1947.
Fonticoli was trained at the Abruzzo school of tailoring, which
combines the peerless cutting and stitching techniques borrowed from
Savile Row with more relaxed, Mediterranean-inspired silhouettes.
The partners set about with a passion for perfection in a world ravaged by a recent war, reinventing classic modes of menswear, which quickly became popular with the rich and the famous even across the Atlantic. In the 1950's, the house of Brioni began to attract clients like Clark Gable, Gary Cooper, John Wayne and Kirk Douglas, to name but a few of the many that flocked the house in search of a unique sense of style,. The big-framed American men gained a certain savvy European charm, a degree of sophistication matched only by Savile Row from Brioni’s slim and discreet "continental" silhouette. A trim silhouette meant that Brioni could experiment daringly in terms of fabrics and colors, using silks and brocades in menswear for the first time. This led to the gorgeous feel and absolute luxury that have remained the hallmarks of a contemporary Brioni suit.
The Brioni tuxedo has gotten alot of attention from James Bond fans world wide. This tuxedo has been donned by characters like Pierce Brosnan and Daniel Craig in the latest of 007 films.
According to the Times Online, everybody at that casino table in Casino Royale was dressed by Brioni.
The Brioni tux comes in manly shapes that accentuate the "V" of a man with narrow waistlines and broad shoulders. Tailoring is done in classic Italian fashion and cuts are stylish and elegant. All suits are hand stitched which is noticeable in the details of the hand sewn lapels and sleeve linings.
Materials are of the highest quality and probably couldn't be properly machine stitched even if somebody wanted to participate in such an atrocity. Expect to find high quality wools, silks, and cashmeres in all models.
Prices for these tuxedos start out at over $4,000.00 and can climb upwards of $15,000.00 for just one suit.
Just before Casino Royale came out, Brioni launched a slightly £3,000 Bond-themed tuxedo, which had "James Bond" stitched into the silver lining and was sold in a few select stores.
Men looking to wear the best of the best in both style and material should look to this tuxedo first.
Just before Casino Royale came out, Brioni launched a £3,000 Bond-themed tuxedo, which had "James Bond" stitched into the silver lining and was sold in a few select stores.
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