Tag: Button Three

General Gogol’s Grey Suit in The Spy Who Loved Me

James Bond's ultimate "frenemy" is the KGB general Anatol Alexis Gogol, who appears in six Bond films as an unlikely ally to Bond or as someone from the opposin...

Evelyn Tremble: A Bondian Grey Flannel Suit in Casino Royale

After Evelyn Tremble, Peter Sellers' character in the 1967 James Bond spoof Casino Royale, is given the name "James Bond", he is also given a fresh wardrobe so h...

The Button Three Lapel Roll

Three is the most traditional number of button for the front of a suit jacket or sports coat. Not all jackets with three buttons are created equal, and there are...

How to Button Your Suit Jackets and More

James Bond is usually the man to follow if you want to know how to properly button a jacket or coat. There are proper and improper ways to button a single-breast...

Draco’s Dark Brown Pinwale Corduroy Sports Coat

Marc-Ange Draco, played by Gabriele Ferzetti in On Her Majesty's Secret Service, is one of the best-dressed characters of the James Bond series. For his own birt...

Le Chiffre’s Dark Brown Suit in Casino Royale

Mads Mikkelsen's version of Le Chiffre is introduced in Casino Royale dressed in a thoroughly villainous manner. However, his suit is very Bond-like, made by Eng...

Air Force Blue Blazer for Summer in “Vendetta for the Saint...

Blazers do not always need to be navy. Other shades of medium to dark blue can work just as well in summertime for a blazer, such as Air Force blue. Air Force blue...

Shout at the Devil: A Cream Three Piece Suit

In 1976, Roger Moore starred in the historical film Shout at the Devil opposite American actor Lee Marvin. It is directed by On Her Majesty’s Secret Service direct...