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A Dark Grey Flannel Suit in Jamaica in Dr. No

This blog previously covered the grey flannel suit in Dr. No, but not in much depth. The suit also shared the article with a suit of another cloth in the same cu...

(00)7 Special Details on a James Bond-Quality Suit

James Bond's suits have quality details that set them apart from the average suit. There are many stylistic details and construction methods found in Bond's suits th...

The Trendy Medium Blue Dinner Suit (Tuxedo)

Ever since Daniel Craig dressed in what appeared to be a royal blue Tom Ford dinner suit on some of the Skyfall posters, medium blue became a popular colour for ...

Variations on the Double-Breasted Jacket: Buttons, Wrap and Lapel...

The double-breasted suit goes in and out of fashion, and while it has not been a part of mainstream fashion since the early 1990s, it is currently popular with a...

The Saint: Charcoal Brown Double-Breasted Suit with an Ulster Col...

One year ago today, we lost one of the world's most stylish men, Roger Moore. Moore showed us how to dress for over a decade, in both classic and fashionable clo...

Noble House: Pierce Brosnan’s Peaked-Lapel Dinner Suit

Happy 65th birthday to Pierce Brosnan! Though Pierce Brosnan missed out on playing James Bond a year earlier, he was able to dress the part in a peaked-lapel ...

Studs, Buttons or Fly Front? How a Black Tie Shirt Should Fasten

The dress shirt—also called an evening shirt, a Tuxedo shirt or a formal shirt—is a shirt worn for the black tie dress code with a dinner jacket (Tuxedo) and can...

Dressing Left or Right with the Four-in-Hand Knot

Some people prefer symmetrical tie knots, like the Windsor and half Windsor knots, and others prefer asymmetrical knots, like the simple four-in-hand. Tie knots ...

Two White Shirts from Frank Foster

Frank Foster shirts are like classical architecture, with all of the elements perfectly balanced and every part in harmony. In plain white, these bespoke shirts are ...

Bond in Motion: James Bond’s Clothes on Display

Bond in Motion at the London Film Museum Covent Garden is the ultimate museum exhibit for James Bond fans, but it is one I have yet to visit. My friend Peter Bro...