Tag: White Dinner Jacket

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...

The Untraditional Ivory Dinner Jacket in Spectre

After a 30-year gap, James Bond finally wears an ivory dinner jacket again in Spectre. A View to a Kill was the last film that featured Bond in an ivory dinner jac...

James Bond’s Warm-Weather Black Tie Etiquette

After 30 years, James Bond will once again be wearing an ivory dinner jacket in Spectre. Bond started a tradition of often wearing an ivory dinner jacket in warm c...

James Bond’s Dinner Jackets by Colour: Black, Midnight Blue and I...

Do you prefer James Bond in a black, midnight blue or ivory dinner jacket? The following infographic shows each colour of Bond's dinner jackets (also known as Tuxedo...

50 Years of James Bond in Black Tie Infographic

I've created an infographic that breaks down James Bond's 28 black tie outfits by every part of the outfit. All illustrations are based on examples from the James Bo...

Peter Lorre’s Le Chiffre

In the 1954 “Casino Royale” television play on CBS’s Climax!, the legendary Peter Lorre became the first actor to play Le Chiffre. Lorre wears a warm-weather dinne...

A Mostly Classic Ivory Dinner Jacket

Whilst an ivory dinner jacket is appropriate in a Monte Carlo casino, it's not so appropriate in a Las Vegas casino unless you're James Bond. Bond wears one in Dia...

Valentin Zukovsky: The Light Taupe Dinner Jacket

Valentin Zukovsky, played by Robbie Coltrane, wears one of the more flamboyant warm-weather dinner jackets of the Bond series in The World Is Not Enough. White a...