© MovieMagic/Alamy

Dressing in James Bond’s Tuxedo

11 of 12

The Concierge: Jennifer Bennett, Four Seasons Hotel, New York

The Arrangement: Three weeks before her wedding, a regular guest from Lexington, KY, informed then-concierge Bennett that it was her fiancé’s dream to get married in the James Bond “secret agent” tuxedo made by Brioni of Rome. A typical Brioni tux takes four weeks to make, the Bond version worn by Daniel Craig in Casino Royale was a one-off, and the factory in Rome was closed for the summer. But the company was convinced to enlist a team of villagers outside Rome to each make a portion of the garment, and the pieces were collected and sewn together in a record 36 hours. The hotel then flew the tailor to New York for a personal fitting of the groom days before the wedding. He enjoyed showing off the secret pockets for concealing knives, guns, and other assorted weapons.

 

Most Outrageous Hotel Concierge Requests

 

Most Outrageous Hotel Concierge Requests

Dressing in James Bond’s Tuxedo

The Concierge: Jennifer Bennett, Four Seasons Hotel, New York

The Arrangement: Three weeks before her wedding, a regular guest from Lexington, KY, informed then-concierge Bennett that it was her fiancé’s dream to get married in the James Bond “secret agent” tuxedo made by Brioni of Rome. A typical Brioni tux takes four weeks to make, the Bond version worn by Daniel Craig in Casino Royale was a one-off, and the factory in Rome was closed for the summer. But the company was convinced to enlist a team of villagers outside Rome to each make a portion of the garment, and the pieces were collected and sewn together in a record 36 hours. The hotel then flew the tailor to New York for a personal fitting of the groom days before the wedding. He enjoyed showing off the secret pockets for concealing knives, guns, and other assorted weapons.

 

Most Outrageous Hotel Concierge Requests

 

© MovieMagic/Alamy

Most Outrageous Hotel Concierge Requests

Explore More