Tag: Tuxedo

Black Tie in Licence to Kill: Bond Gets It Wrong

Most of the time the only black tie rule that Bond typically breaks is forgoing a waist-covering, such as a waistcoat or cummerbund. In Licence to Kill he rememb...

The Midnight Blue Wool/Mohair Dinner Suit in The World Is Not Eno...

Let's celebrate the 100th blog entry on The Suits of James Bond with black tie! In The World is Not Enough, Bond visits Valentin Zukovsky's Baku casino wearing a...

Ivory Dinner Jacket in India in Octopussy

In Octopussy, Bond goes out in India wearing a button one, peak-lapel, ivory dinner jacket made by Douglas Hayward. The dinner jacket is made of linen in a sligh...

Dinner with Kristatos in a Notched Lapel Dinner Suit in For Your ...

Last month I wrote about James Bond's first notched-lapel dinner jacket in Goldfinger, and in For Your Eyes Only we first see Roger Moore in a notched-lapel dinn...

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 all,...

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...