Shirts

James Bond and the Point Collar: An On-and-Off Relationship

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As a thoroughly British character, James Bond has traditionally worn spread and semi-spread collars. However, the point colla...

The Difference Between Bond’s British and Italian Spread Collars

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A spread collar is a wide collar, between the very wide cutaway collar and the semi-spread collar, where the points are angle...

Turnbull & Asser Launches an Extended and Revised James Bond Collection

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Turnbull & Asser is one of the brands most-associated with James Bond. All six actors to play the role have shopped there...

The Gig Line: An Imperfect Solution

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'Gig line' is a US military term that means the opening of the shirt placket, the trouser fly opening and the front edge of the b...

Wearing a Shirt-Jacket Like James Bond

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The shirt-jacket, also known as a ‘shirt-jac’ or by the portmanteau ‘shacket’, can be described as a cross between a shirt and a ...

The Thunderball Linen Shirt from Orlebar Brown

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In addition to the On Her Majesty's Secret Service Linen Suit, Orlebar Brown also gifted me the blue Thunderball Linen Shirt from...

James Bond’s Long-Sleeve Sport Shirts

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Though James Bond may be best known for his more formal attire, sport shirts are an indispensable part of his wardrobe. This arti...

Does James Bond Use Collar Stays?

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Whether you call it a collar stay, a collar stiffener, a collar bone or a collar tab, they’re often said to be an essential p...