Daniel Craig He’s got a physique to die for. His chiselled body is the perfect clothes hanger — transforming an effortless outfit into something so unique. Daniel Craig has a 10-on-10 body, which gives him an edge over all other men. His signature style is classic and crisp. It’s the best look a man can have. A small-collared shirt with a slim tie, a contrast handkerchief and a classic two-button suit with string broguesdefine his look for each of the Skyfall appearances. He mixes it with a vest or a sweater acting as a vest, and looks drool-worthy each time. His well-groomed appearance also helps grab some brownie points — a clean-shaven face and slicked-back hair. This fitted look brings out his lean physique and makes him appear taller. These tailored slim-fit suits are best for men with athletic bodies and need to be carried off with sheer confidence. It’s macho-ism at its best!
Fabric: This fitted suit is made from natural fibres — light-weight wool with lycra for that snug fit.
Best for: Any formal occasion. Also, an evening dinner, or a night out at a club or bar.
In line with his other appearances, Craig does formal the classic way. A white shirt with black buttons with a two-button suit, a black bow-tie and a white pocket-handkerchief . The picture-perfect tuxedo look with just the right amount of black and white. Talk about paying close attention to detail, this Bond shows just the right measure of cuff. Patent black leather shoes complete his classic look.
Javier Bardem defines laid-back chic at its finest. He grabs attention with his sharp colour combos — a stark sky blue shirt against a dull-blue jacket . He doesn’t want to follow the herd. He likes to be different. He knows that he defines his clothes and not the other way round. His looks are more on the effortless and relaxed side. A crisp well-cut shirt with a two-button suit exemplify his signature style. Like Daniel, he too plays it up every now and then, by throwing in a vest and still making it look daringly casual . Notice the absence of a tie and a pocket-handkerchief. Today’s fashion has rid the ties, but a pocket-handkerchief is a fashion must-have (plus points to Craig)! Fashion relies on fit and although we have no complaints waist-up, waist-down his trousers are too long and the bunched-up look is a real downer. Bardem lets his confidence see him through. He keeps his hair in a ruffle and the stubble adds great drama.
Fabric: Though his suit is also made from natural fibres, the wool quality is luxurious and heavy. The kind you only get in Italy at stores like Scabal, Dormeuil and Zegna.
Best for: Casual evenings. Wear it with confidence.
Yes, he put on a tuxedo, the most formal attire known to mankind, and made that look laid-back chic too. Talent, we say! Bardem does the tux in a chic way with a white shirt decked with white buttons, a black bow-tie and a two-button jacket . We’re missing the cuff display — just a hint on his right arm is not enough. The stubble and ruffled hair remain in place. A clean shave would have defied his signature style. What sets the look apart from the staple tuxedo is the omission of a white shirt with black buttons — the white buttons make the look just like any other. Polished black shoes seal the deal.