Daniel Crag On His Decade As 007 (Esquire UK)
“I’m a huge Bond fan,” he says. “I love James Bond movies, and I love all the old gags and everything that goes along with that. No disrespect to what happened before but this is completely different. It’s got weight and meaning. Because I don’t know another way to do it. However big and grand it is, however boisterous the script is, you look for the truth in it, and you stick to that, and then you can mess around with it. And if you have that and you have the car chases and the explosions as well, then you’re quids in. But there have to be consequences. He has to be affected by what happens to him. It’s not just that he has to kill the bad guy, there has to be a reason for it.”

The Ultimate Guide to Buying a Leather Jacket (The Effortless Gent)
“A proper, staple leather jacket will not only last you forever, it’s timeless and extremely versatile, a no brainer when it comes to building your lean wardrobe.”

Some Things Never Go Out of Style (Wall Street Journal)
““Why should you sacrifice beauty and the comfort” of shirts that require ironing just because they may sport “a couple of wrinkles?” Mr. Boyer said. He was referring to Brooks Brothers’ dwindling collection of classic cotton Oxford iron shirts.”

Green flannel suit – from Brian Smith (Permanent Style)
“Few readers will be surprised to hear that I like a nice green suit. Green is a wonderfully versatile colour, going with every autumnal colour you can think of, plus really strong browns, purples and oranges that few other colours could support. (It is also apparently rather fashionable. Who knew?)”