Daniel Craig

Detective Benoit Blanc from Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery

Detective Benoit Blanc (played by Daniel Craig) returns in Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery.  Hired by Andi Brand‘s sister to take on a case involving Miles Bron and a group of influential friends including Claire Debella, Duke Cody, Birdie Jay, and Lionel Toussaint, Detective Blanc travels to a private island to attend a murder mystery dinner.  Of course, the mystery that truly unfolds is altogether more deadly than the game is meant to be.  Detective Blanc wears a host of vacation-worthy outfits, leaning toward lighter colors and fabrics.  His looks include a light pink shirt with tan pants, white sneakers, and a blue handkerchief for the boat ride to the island, a tan suit with a blue shirt and pink handkerchief for dinner, and a blue and white striped swimming ensemble that appears to be straight out of an old-timey film.

Detective Benoit Blanc from Knives Out

Benoit Blanc (played by Daniel Craig) is a private detective with a deep Louisiana drawl who is hired to investigate the mysterious death of Harlan Thrombey. A true Southern gentleman, he wears crisply tailored suits accented by floral ties and handsome pocket squares. When he is deep in the throes of interrogating a victim or solving a crime, he has been known to ditch the suit jacket, roll up his sleeves, and tuck his tie into his shirt so that it doesn’t get in the way. A doughnut would make an excellent addition as an edible accessory to Blanc’s ensemble.

James Bond

James Bond, code-named 007, is the dashing MI-6 hero of over 20 films, books and video games starting with Dr. No in 1962. Since then the actors playing Bond have changed, the enemies have switched geographical locations and the gadgets have become wickedly high-tech, but Bond’s go-to outfit remains the same: a snazzy black tuxedo and trusty Walther PPK. Finish off the look of this charming, rakish lady-lover with a big watch, hair gel and a martini – shaken, not stirred.

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