Tailoring

The Herringbone Suit: An Underappreciated James Bond Classic

Herringbone, named after the skeleton of the herring fish, is a popular pattern that can be seen in many sorts of applications, from road paving to wood and tile...

The Button Three Lapel Roll

Three is the most traditional number of button for the front of a suit jacket or sports coat. Not all jackets with three buttons are created equal, and there are...

On Her Majesty’s Secret Service Style: Are George Lazenby&#...

Happy 78th birthday to George Lazenby today! Though Lazenby wore a few items as Bond or as Bond masquerading as Sir Hilary Bray that have given him a bad name sa...

(00)7 Special Details on Bond’s Suits

James Bond's suits often have elements that subtly set them apart from the average high street offerings. While many brands have jumped on the bandwagon of working c...

Trouser Support Illustrated

Still confused about your options for trouser support? A reader of this blog asked for an infographic of how James Bond holds up his trousers, and while this illustr...

Basted for Bond: Examining Daniel Craig’s Brunello Cucinelli Clot...

This new infographic breaks down Daniel Craig's light brown wool, linen and silk jacket with his khaki aged cotton gabardine trousers from Spectre, both made by the ...

(00)7 Essential James Bond Suits to Own

James Bond is the perfect role model to base your suit wardrobe on. These seven suits are not just essential suits to have for a Bond-like wardrobe, but they are sev...

Five James Bonds dressed by Lindy Hemming at Madame Tussauds

To coincide with the release of Spectre in 2015, the Madame Tussauds wax museum put together an exhibit of the first five James Bond actors, portrayed as they we...