Tag: Black Tie

Dinner suits, Dinner jackets and Tuxedos

The Black Shawl-Collar Dinner Suit in No Time to Die

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No Time to Die tries to include many of classic Bond tropes or twists on them, and it would hardly feel like a Bond film with...

What Makes A Tuxedo More Formal Than a Suit?

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It’s getting to be that time of year when many of us have the opportunity to take inspiration from James Bond’s evening wear....

Pierce Brosnan’s Prince Edward Suit at The World Is Not Enough’s European Charity Premiere

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Pierce Brosnan at takes the award for worst-dressed Bond actor at a Bond film premiere for his outfit at The World Is Not Enough...

The Persuaders: Roger Moore’s Black Velvet Dinner Jacket for an Intimate Affair

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For a low-key New Year's Eve, a velvet dinner jacket is an elegant choice for someone who still wants to dress up. The velvet...

The (00)7 Most Iconic Sean Connery Bond Wardrobe Pieces

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Sean Connery's Bond's wardrobe had a well-defined identity, with a certain consistency across his six EON Bond films. Though he h...

Good and Evil in Contrasting Dinner Jackets

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James Bond and the villains of many Bond films are often dressed by the costume designer in contrasting dinner jackets to show th...

The Case for the Vented Dinner Jacket

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Tradition says that dinner jackets—also known as Tuxedo jackets—should not have vents. Vents, either single or double vents, are ...

James Bond’s Love of Mohair

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As summer is approaching, this is the season of mohair. While many people turn to linen and cotton suits for warm weather, mo...