Tag: Brioni

The November Man: The Grey Silk Suit

Pierce Brosnan returned to the spy/action genre earlier this year in Roger Donaldson's The November Man. Brosnan plays Peter Devereaux, a retired CIA officer who h...

Brosnan’s Navy Cashmere Double-Breasted Guards Coat

Pierce Brosnan's navy cashmere double-breasted overcoat that he wears over his grey pinstripe suit in Die Another Day is the last tailored piece of James Bond's wa...

Brioni and a Disciple, Angelo Roma

Brioni is very well-associated with making James Bond's suits in the five films from GoldenEye to Casino Royale, tailoring both Pierce Brosnan and Daniel Craig und...

Classic Style and the Suit’s Ideal Proportions

What is the standard to which we compare all suits? What makes lapels narrow or wide, a jacket long or short, or a button stance low or high? Style theorists—and I...

Two Lapel Buttonholes on a Double-Breasted Jacket

Why do double-breasted jackets and coats often have a buttonhole at the top of each lapel whilst single-breasted jackets and coats only have a buttonhole at the ...

Plastic Buttons

Plastic buttons are currently held to be less desirable than buttons made of natural materials, but when Sean Connery was James Bond in the 1960s they were the sta...

Cool in Cuba: A Tan Linen Suit in GoldenEye

On his arrival in Cuba in GoldenEye, Bond wears a linen or linen blend twill suit made by Brioni in their "Augusto" model. The twill suiting is two-tone, woven wit...

Introducing Daniel Craig

Daniel Craig was announced as the new James Bond in Casino Royale at a lavish press conference on 14 October 2005, which was coincidentally Roger Moore's 78th bi...