The James Bond harness is named after the popular action movie icon, James Bond, who made the classic tuxedo look effortless and handsomely dapper. The tuxedo originated in the U.S. around 1888 and was named after Tuxedo Park, a Hudson Valley enclave for New York’s social elite. The unique approach in designing this structured piece involved the 3-dimensional execution for the rouge bow-tie instead of the regular white accessory as it gives the entire look a significantly prominent element of playful appeal. The light grey stitching running throughout the outer ribbing portrays the essence of a more distinguished rendering by giving it that custom, tailored gentleman charm. The silver embroidery seen in the buttons presents a classic elegance as it dresses up every pet magnificently with a modern swag in dashing, debonair, 007 styles.