1. American Prohibition agent, famous for his efforts to enforce Prohibition in Chicago, and the leader of a legendary team of law enforcement agents nicknamed The Untouchables, Mr Ness knew how to wear a jacket with confidence.
  2. Mr Britton sets the standard for ambition and men's power fashion. This sharp jacketed gent chooses to make his way up the corporate ladder in a light navy pinstripe.
  3. The magnificent Acropolis, crowned by the iconic Parthenon temple, rises above the city, watching the sprawling modern metropolis evolve. Athens is a conspicuously wealthy, sophisticated cosmopolitan city evident in the lifestyles of the hedonistic, trend-conscious Athenians.
  4. The Burgundy dinner jacket is a serious head-turner for those looking to make a entrance and leave as lasting impression.
  5. Corporate raider, activist, capitalist - Gordon is aggressive and always wants more. His choice of jacket? A classic black pinstripe. Bold and empowering.
  6. Once in a Blue Moon... is a common way of saying not very often, and even though you probably won't have the opportunity to wear this dinner jacket too often you will be making a statement when you do!
  7. Vito Corleone may be the original mobster, but it was his prodigal son Michael Corleone who brought style to the game. He conducted his business at all times impeccably tailored from head to toe. His grey herringbone jacket is every bit a part of his lore as a tunic would be to a Roman Emperor.
  8. Cynical American expatriate Rick Blaine is the proprietor of an upscale nightclub and gambling den in Casablanca in early December 1941. "Rick's Café Américain" attracts a mixed clientele with just one thing in common; They are all impeccably dressed.
  9. The Pacific Ocean is big, larger than all of the land on earth combined. Living up to its namesake The Pacific Blue Jacket makes a big statement.
  10. When Edward Lewis, a successful businessman and "corporate raider", is driving down Hollywood Boulevard he makes sure he is wearing this stunning midnight blue chef-d'oeuvre.
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