Cultural Icons and their Panama Hats (Part III)

November 02, 2015

Daniel Craig

With the release of Spectre, attention is drawn once again to Agent 007 and Daniel Craig’s muscular, taught portrayal of a Bond tortured by his tragic past, a pain which can only be extinguished through rampant womanising and cavalier deployment of his license to kill...

Daniel Craig knows a good hatHere we see Mr Craig in his Panama, neatly referencing the brown trilby worn by Sean Connery in Dr No in 1962, proving that style is timeless.

Style: A fan of the classic jeans, shirt, snuggly knitwear combo, his best accessory (other than his trilby panama, naturally) is his craggy jaw-line and brooding air of menace...

He says: “If you don’t get bruised playing Bond, you’re not doing it properly”.

We say: The blue trunks are a difficult look to master, so smoulder from beneath a Borges and Scott Trilby Panama and imagine the family car is an Aston Martin DB5.

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