Tag: Shirt

The Fly Front Shirt for Black Tie and Beyond

A fly is a covering that conceals the mechanism that allows a garment to open, such as buttons or a zip. Look down and you'll most likely find a fly on your trou...

Frank Foster (1923-2016)

Legendary shirt maker to the stars Frank Foster, born Lionel Frank in East London in 1923, has passed away at the age of 93. Frank Foster had the honour of creatin...

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...

Poplin: James Bond’s Preferred Shirting

Poplin is the standard shirting for shirts to wear with a suit—known as dress shirts in America. Poplin is almost always cotton—though traditionally it was sil...

(00)7 Rules for Dressing Up Like James Bond

There are many guidelines to follow when dressing well, but James Bond follows a few specific rules of his own. 1. Suits should be shaped and structured James ...

James Bond and Double Cuffs

The double cuff, also known as the French cuff, is a type of shirt cuff that folds back on itself and fastens with cufflinks. The double cuff is the most formal ty...

Cocktail Cuffs on the Jonathan Ross Special

In the ITV special "James Bond's Spectre with Jonathan Ross", Daniel Craig dresses down for an interview in what may or may not be clothes that he wears in Spectre...

Anatomy of a Sulka Shirt

Only in GoldenEye, Pierce Brosnan wears shirts from the famous luxury clothier Sulka. Though I've written about Sulka's shirts before, these wonderful shirts deser...