Chic Spy™ Day
Do you find yourself among the ever-suave and ever-calm ladies’ men who love to have your martinis shaken rather than stirred? Do you prefer tailored tuxes or classy watches? Chic Spy(tm), Day might be your favorite holiday. It looks like 2015 will be a great year for spy movies.
October 5, 1962, was a significant day for spy enthusiasts around the globe. It was the day that Bond’s first movie, “Dr. In theaters, “No” was released. Sean Connery’s portrayal as James Bond was captivating to audiences around the globe. Mignon A.Gould, founder of TheChicSpy.com has stated that Bond is the most fashionable character in spy film history, thanks to his “international escapades,” cool gadgets and sophisticated style.
Gould’s site combines style, entertainment and pop culture to make a unique blend of the most recent news. The day dedicated to fictional spy was created to celebrate the style of these legendary figures in television and film.
These icons, she believes, have influenced and continue influencing the perception of elegance and class through everything from trench coats and oversized sunglasses to classic trench coats. Gould says that while the characters might be fictional, their style is undisputed.
Everyone who loves James Bond’s timeless style and Bond-like gadgets will enjoy this day. This day can be celebrated in a variety of ways. One of the best ways to celebrate this day is to throw a party that’s 007 themed. However, not everyone needs to be James Bond.
Miss Moneypenny and Q are just a few of the many options available. Make sure you inform your guests so they don’t all end up looking alike. Vodka martinis or champagne are sufficient for drinks. You can substitute champagne with Spanish Cava, Italian Asti Spumante or champagne for groups that are not within your budget. Most people won’t be able to tell the difference.
Hire a drink mixologist. Make sure they are dressed appropriately with a smart black tie and a white starched shirt. Music is a must for entertainment.
There are plenty of songs that will suit any occasion, from Tina Turner’s exhilarating vocals in “GoldenEye” to Madonna’s hypnotic “Die Another Day” to Adele singing “Skyfall”. Roulette is another great option for Bond-style entertainment. Your guests can also play with chocolate coins, if real ones don’t exist.
Here’s the recipe for Vesper Martini (James Bond’s signature drink) that you can find him sipping in “Casino Royale”.
3 oz Gin1 oz Vodka 0.5 oz Lillet Blanc Some lemon peel for garnish
Mix all ingredients together in a glass. Add ice to the glass. Mix everything well and strain into a chilled cocktail shaker. To the drink, add a slice of lemon.