James Bond Brings Back the Turtleneck

If Daniel Craig's fashion sense is anything to go on, the turtleneck has boldly returned. Craig had the power to return shawl collar cardigans to the forefront of ...

What Kind of Underwear Would Bond Wear?

We see James Bond in swimming trunks, pyjamas and dressing gowns, but we never see James Bond in his underwear in the films. There's a slight peak of it in Casin...

Noble House: A Cream Silk Suit for Leisure

Only a year after he finished Remington Steele, Pierce Brosnan played Hong Kong tycoon Ian Dunross in the 1988 television miniseries Noble House. Besides Brosnan, ...

The Persuaders: A More Conservative Charcoal Three-Piece Suit

Though Roger Moore often dresses flamboyantly as Lord Brett Sinclair in his early 1970s television show The Persuaders, not all of his clothes are entirely adventu...

The Avengers: Grey Suit with a Velvet Collar

We lost another great actor from the James Bond series on Thursday, Patrick Macnee. Macnee played Sir Godfrey Tibbett in A View to a Kill, but he's most well known...

Napoleon Solo’s First Suit—1960s American Style

Ian Fleming's character Napoleon Solo, played by Robert Vaughn in The Man from U.N.C.L.E., is introduced in 1964 as American television's answer to James Bond. The...

The Avengers: Creative Eveningwear in Red

The first episode of The Avengers in colour, "From Venus with Love" in 1967, takes full advantage of colour by placing Patrick Macnee's John Steed in a claret red ...

Remington Steele: Opting Out of Black Tie

Black tie events these days are mostly "black tie optional". The best-dressed men would only wear a dinner jacket to such events, but a dark solid suit is a stylis...