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Choosing Tom Ford vs Brioni vs English Bespoke

James Bond's suits over the past five decades have come from a variety of sources, each with their own benefits and drawbacks. The most notable providers of James Bo...

Correcting the Fit of Daniel Craig’s Suit in Spectre

The fit of Daniel Craig's suits in Spectre saw a slight improvement over the fit of his suits in Skyfall, but they still needed to be corrected in many areas. I've h...

Le Chiffre’s Dark Brown Suit in Casino Royale

Mads Mikkelsen's version of Le Chiffre is introduced in Casino Royale dressed in a thoroughly villainous manner. However, his suit is very Bond-like, made by Eng...

Breaking Down James Bond’s Cocktail Cuffs

Whether you call them cocktail cuffs, turnback cuffs, Dr. No cuffs, casino cuffs, flow-back cuffs, milanese cuffs, neapolitan cuffs, portofino cuffs or any other nam...

Remington Steele: A Grey Three-Piece Herringbone Suit

Pierce Brosnan's elegant suits in Remington Steele gave him his Bond-like image over a decade before he premiered as James Bond. In the 1983 episode of Remington...

Clarence Leiter’s Dinner Suit in the 1954 Casino Royale

James Bond was turned into the American "Jimmy Bond" for the American production of "Casino Royale" as part of CBS's Climax!. As a result, the CIA agent Felix Le...

The Suits of James Bond has a new look!

The Suits of James Bond is now redesigned with a fresh look. The blog's refreshed design makes it easier to navigate the most recent posts on the homepage, along wit...

Orson Welles’ Le Chiffre in the 1967 Casino Royale

Orson Welles plays Le Chiffre in the 1967 James Bond spoof Casino Royale wearing an outfit fitting for a colourful villain. Welles' segment of the film is the on...

Roped Sleeve Heads on James Bond

Roped sleeve heads are something often mentioned on this blog. Often called a "roped shoulder", a roped sleeve head describes the bumped shape or ridge of the sl...