Tag: Black Tie

Dinner suits, Dinner jackets and Tuxedos

The Notched Lapel Dinner Jacket in Goldfinger

The notched lapel dinner jacket gets a lot of hate from clothing aficionados, however Bond has worn a notched lapel dinner jacket on a number of occasions. In al...

Dinner at the Eiffel Tower in Midnight Blue in A View to a Kill

James Bond wears a midnight blue dinner jacket made by Douglas Hayward for dinner at the Eiffel Tower in A View to a Kill. Dinner jackets are only appropriate in...

The Casino Royale Dinner Jacket

Daniel Craig's Brioni dinner jacket (Tuxedo) in Casino Royale has been a great inspiration to many over the past four years since the film was released. But many...

The Double-Breasted Dinner Jacket in The Spy Who Loved Me

As tonight is New Year's Eve I thought it would be appropriate to look at another dinner suit. In The Spy Who Loved Me it was a midnight blue six button with two...

The Three-Piece Dinner Suit in GoldenEye

New Year's Eve is soon approaching and it's a night when many people pull out their black tie ensemble. Many people like to wear a waistcoat with their dinner su...

James Bond’s Highland Dress in On Her Majesty’s Secre...

James Bond celebrates Christmas in On Her Majesty’s Secret Service at the mountaintop villain lair of Piz Gloria in disguise as Sir Hilary Bray of the College of...

The White Dinner Jacket in Goldfinger

Sean Connery's white dinner jacket in Goldfinger is just as iconic as the black dinner suit that introduced Bond in Dr. No, and there's no better choice of clothin...
Dr. No Dinner Suit

The Shawl Collar Dinner Suit—Introducing Bond in Dr. No

Sean Connery's James Bond is introduced to us in 1962 in Dr. No wearing a traditional midnight blue shawl-collar dinner suit (tuxedo for the Americans) made by t...