Pierce Brosnan

Collars Royale: Turnbull & Asser

In a new graphic series called "Collars Royale", I break down the styles of the shirts James Bond wears, starting with the first shirt brand that Bond wears, Turnbul...

Noble House: Pierce Brosnan’s Peaked-Lapel Dinner Suit

Happy 65th birthday to Pierce Brosnan! Though Pierce Brosnan missed out on playing James Bond a year earlier, he was able to dress the part in a peaked-lapel ...

Commander of the Cloth, Part 3: Pierce Brosnan

Pierce Brosnan's James Bond wardrobe brought Bond's suits and coats up to the new standards of the 1990s. Lighter weights had become the standard in luxury Itali...

A Tale of Two Tuxedos: Opposite Ends of Black Tie

It was the best of ties, it was the worst of ties. Not all ways of wearing black tie (a dinner jacket/tuxedo) are equal, but the differences with regards to how ...

Remington Steele: Brown Tweed Suit in Ireland

Happy 64th birthday to Pierce Brosnan! In 1986, Pierce Brosnan was set to replace Roger Moore as James Bond and star in The Living Daylights. Brosnan's televisio...

James Bond’s Cravats and Other Fancy Neckwear

There are numerous forms of neckwear beyond the four-in-hand tie (long tie) and the bow tie, and James Bond has worn quite a few of these fancy neckwear items throug...

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...

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...