London, England United Kingdom (PressExposure) November 20, 2008 -- Burton, the UK men's fashion retailer, has launched a new collection of dinner suits to coincide with the trend to formalwear inspired by the release of "Quantum of Solace", the latest James Bond film.
As part of Burton's new Heritage tailoring collection, the menswear company has unveiled a classic double breasted tuxedo that has been inspired by the Burton archives and brought up to date with a more modern fit. Made from 100% wool, this tux features intricate detailing, satin lapels and embroidering with a nod to the Burton tailoring roots.
Burton also has its own piece of 007 sartorial history as they provided Sean Connery, the original Bond, with a white tuxedo for the opening scenes of "Goldfinger" in 1964.
In addition to the Heritage dinner suit, there are premium single breasted and three piece mens suits from Burton's mainline tailoring range that offer different variations and price points for formalwear.
With stylish and sophisticated suits being sported by Daniel Craig in "Quantum of Solace" and the ever eventful Christmas party season just around the corner, the tux is set to dominate the high street this season.