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In this episode Matt Spaiser from The Suits of James Bond and I talk about Operation: Phoenix and the pressure of knowing everything. A personal huge congrats to David Zaritsky from The Bond Experience for putting all that together.
Amazingly David managed to snare an interview with David Walliams before all the panels kicked off and what a treat that was. I’ve put a tiny clip of the David’s on my Facebook page, but you can watch the entire interview in the video below.
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THE Q&A (many thanks for your questions)
What’s your favourite Bond bespoke tailor?
Frank Foster for shirts, Doug Hayward for suits.
What’s your secret to staying sexy?
I moisturise every 20 minutes and never see sunlight.
Bond 26, should it be a reboot to the 50s/60s? If so, what suit maker do we see next?
Brooks Brothers. I think they do period pieces well. Here’s some interviews with the actors and their style that I’ve not yet had time to read.
What suit brand would you want Bond to wear after No Time to Die?
Anderson & Sheppard, as seen below on Daniel Craig at the Golden Globes.
Which 007 N.PEal item would your significant other choose?
The Holly Goodhead deep V Sweater.
Any insider info on Orlebar Brown’s latest 007 heritage line? If no what would you like to see?
Ruffle shirts, as seen on Lazenby and the promo photo for Live and Let Die.
What’s the item you love but the missus’ hates?
My Sunspel chinos, sea island cotton twill pleated. They need to be tailored. They were gifted to me, click image to shop.
Do you feel like Q via Spectre editing podcasts on the train?
You bet your ass.
Next up on the podcast
I’m talking to Lock & Co tonight, Adam Holdsworth from N.Peal tomorrow.