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10 Ways to Get the Secret Agent Look, Sweeney-Style
Whether you’ve been counting down the days until the 24th James Bond film ‘Spectre’ is released (the 26th October, just in case you were wondering), or you couldn’t care less about 007, there’s no denying that Bond has become a style icon. From the original Ian Fleming books, where the steely-eyed spy was always preoccupied with getting his Savile Row tailoring just right, to Daniel Craig’s globetrotting action man persona, Bond has become an undeniable part of British culture, and his exacting sartorial demands have set the standard for generations of guys. But what style tips can we learn from the longest-running film series in history This dossier has all the intel you’ll need for your sartorial mission – for your eyes only.
Keep it discreet on assignment
Wherever your assignments take you, the one thing you’ll always need is a sharply-tailored coat to give you incognito style. The sort of jacket that’ll allow you to blend in when you want to (when tailing a suspect, for example), but that also features subtle detailing and is crafted from premium materials to make exactly the right impression when the time comes.
Q Branch recommends: Rover Charcoal, Bodell Navy, Maldon Dark stone island coats uk Beige
Know how to wear a tie
As any man that wears one knows, getting your tie just right is often a barometer for how well your day is going to go. Whichever knot you favour (never a Windsor of course, as this quote from Fleming’s ‘From Russia With Love’ illustrates: “Bond mistrusted anyone who tied his tie with a Windsor knot. It showed too much vanity. It was often the mark of a cad.”), the key is to get the tie itself right. Live and let tie with classic, dark colours, a touch of texture and a very subtle pattern for classic secret agent style.
Q Branch recommends: Dorion Charcoal, Patterson Grey, Dorion Navy
Perfect black tie is made with your feet
Now pay attention: if you’re getting dressed up to the nines for a mission to the casino, a special event, or just because you look sharp in a tuxedo, make sure you get your shoes in order. Whether you prefer a Derby or an Oxford facing, we recommend adding a little texture to your look with discreet grained leather or a subtle laser-etched finish, or for the last word in black tie elegance – patent leather.
Q Branch recommends: Sissa Black, Colledara Black, Deliceto Black Patent
Let your belt do the talking
Hiding gadgets in classic accessories is a Q Branch special, with everything from throwing knives in a briefcase (From Russia With Love) to a remote control for a car in a mobile phone (Tomorrow Never Dies). While Bond’s belts have occasionally contained a piton gun (GoldenEye) or even a full-on rocket propulsion unit (Thunderball), we’d advise steering clear of gadgets when it comes to your everyday accessories – keep it classic but with a little 007 versatility, with a reversible model that’s effectively 2 belts in one.
Q Branch recommends: Malmsey Black/Tan, Niccolini Navy/Black, Modotti Grey/Blue
Be inspired by the classics
Every spy worth his 00 badge knows that the oldies are the best. Whether it’s skills like leaving talcum powder on locks to detect fingerprints or a using the same piece of hardware for nigh-on 50 years (step forward, Walther PPK), it’s the classics that endure. This carries through into style: while a tuxedo never goes out of fashion (merely subtle shifts in lapel mark the passing of decades), classic footwear & practical equipment always looks good. For Alpine missions and urban assignments alike, an Italian-made, commando-soled hiking boot is a Sweeney classic that’s more than worthy of a long-service ‘00’ badge of its own.
Q Branch recommends: Tenzing
Master ski slope style
Once you’ve put your Alpine boots to the test, it’s important to get the rest of our outfit in line for true spy ski style. And this doesn’t mean chunky Fair Isle knitwear or comedy hats (or a full-on kilt as in ‘On Her Majesty’s Secret Service’) – spies keep it minimal and dark on the slopes, with layers of functional knitwear and strategically-placed zips to adjust body temperature levels as required. A half-zip Merino jumper will take you from the slopes to the fireside in perfect Bond style.
Q Branch recommends: Orsett Navy
Tactile materials are your secret weapon
There’s more to being a secret agent than looking seriously slick all the time. Once you’ve completed your mission and it’s time to unwind, there’s nothing like indulging in a really luxurious piece of clothing to get your relaxation started. Tactile materials like rich suede, thick shearling and fine cashmere are always a great starting point – and a favourite with everyone’s respective (& prospective) Miss Moneypennys.
Q Branch recommends: Althorne Tobacco, Broomfield Chocolate, Yule Black/Grey
Ensure your driving shoes are up to the task
When you’re behind the wheel – whether it’s a DB5 or a 5-Series – it’s essential that you have the right equipment to make sure you’re in touch with the car as much as possible. Whether he needs to escape from villains or step on it to evade the local fuzz, you won’t see 007 in a pair of moccasins. Our collaboration with Jaguar is based on a classic formal shoe design, but with hidden features like a chamfered heel for better pedal pivot, a streamlined sole profile to minimise catching and a flexible sole to improve responsiveness that make it the definitive driving shoe.
Q Branch recommends: Sayer Brown, Weslake Dark Grey, Sayer Dark Tan
Travel in style
Speaking of driving, it almost goes without saying that when on the move, every secret agent should travel in style. Ideal for throwing in the back of your car for a last-minute assignment, a classic piece of leather luggage will take on a beautiful patina the more it’s used and always look super-slick. For express airport treatment and maximal travel efficiency, organisation is key – as is having everything in the right place. A non-crease wool travel blazer and a multi-pocket currency organiser are essential tools to keep you on the move between operations.
Q Branch recommends: Taunton Black, Blazona Navy Check, Sotherton Tan
Always dress the part, even off-duty
It doesn’t matter where you are in the world, a secret agent is always ready to be called upon to serve Queen & country. As a result, keeping your downtime style in check is absolutely crucial – you never know when you might need to spring into action. We recommend channelling traditional craftsmanship and classic materials into thoroughly modern casual pieces that are relaxed when they need to be, but always ready for an adventure.
Q Branch recommends: Falerone Grey, Montappone Navy, Osimo Grey