Die Another Day

Bond Wardrobe Review 20: Die Another Day (2002)

Die Another Day was made during one of the best times for menswear and one of the worst times for menswear. In the early 2000s there were no new trends in suits, and that's not a bad thing. Suits were hardly any different than they were in the 1930s: well-balanced, structured and traditional.

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The White Linen Camp Shirt in Die Another Day

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