To celebrate this Movember we are showcasing some of the best Suit/Mo combos we've managed to track down. These gents have managed to combine their own sense of style with the always timeless 'tach'.
Banish your traditional black suit to the back of the wardrobe, the white tuxedo is set to make a comeback - all thanks to James Bond. Hollywood actor Daniel Craig, 47, has resurrected the former fashion no-no with the help of Tom Ford, who designed the bright dinner jacket that features in the trailer for the hotly-anticipated 007 flick Spectre.
Kingsman: The Secret Service is a UK spy drama written, directed and produced by Matthew Vaughn with an all-star cast including Colin Firth, Michael Caine and Mark Strong. Hallmarks of the British spy flick are all present - on point tailoring, a charismatic witty lead and next level gadgetry.
The most capped Bond, and for good reason. Sir Roger Moore played Bond seven times in total. While Sir Sean Connery as the first Bond, defined the character, Sir Roger Moore made Bond his own, with his looks and witty humour.
For those fans of the Ocean's 12 & 13, you will be familiar with the stylish Night Fox thief played by Vincent Cassel. Cassel's career includes several great French films such as Mesrine, Killer Instinct and Mesrine: Public Enemy #1.
Director & Producer Mathew Vaughn (Lock, Stock & Two Smoking Barrels, Snatch, Layer Cake and X-men) brings us Kingsman: The Secret Service. A (well-dressed) veteran secret agent takes a young, unrefined but promising street kid under his wing.
Since Season 1 Pete Campbell has been the wildly popular Mad Men character to simply not like. Pete is the young and ambitious kid on the block wanting to make his name on Madison Ave.
13th October brings about International Suit Up Day for another year. We thought we would turn to Neil Patrick Harris or Barney Stinson for his view.
AMC's hit show Mad Men is full of booze, women, great ads, metaphors, discourses and of course Roger Sterling's style and one-liners. Let's talk about Roger, his style and how you can match it.
Ah Suits, making Lawyers feel better about themselves again. Being a legal drama, the show emphasises and epitomises the sartorial brilliance that suits add to any profession, especially the legal profession. So what is this mantra of dressing for success which is portrayed by the show?