Six Of The Best Suits Seen In Films

February 2019Words by The Daily Team

Mr Marcello Mastroianni In , 1963. Photograph by Embassy Pictures Corporation/Photofest

For the first time in a generation, tailoring is big again. While streetwear has nudged menswear in the direction of hoodies and cargo trousers over the past few seasons, there are few things with more style clout than a well-proportioned suit. And at a time when men are free to wear anything from Tabi shoes to sparkly harnesses, at the very least, a good suit is consistent and yet rather surprising. If you’re looking for some tailored style inspiration, there are few places better to mine than the silver screen. So, from Mr Jack Nicholson’s gigantic peak lapels to Mr Al Pacino’s blood-stained blue suit, here are our celluloid tailoring favourites.



North By Northwest (1959)