If you ask people to name a favorite spy from the big screen, most will tell you James Bond, and the rest will probably throw in their lot with Jason Bourne or Ethan Hunt. These three rank high on our list, too, but the reality is they’re more like special forces operators than spies, collecting body counts rather than information. When it comes to picking apart your opponents calmly, resourcefully and with a great deal of classic American style, nobody does it better than Nathan Muir (Robert Redford) and Tom Bishop (Brad Pitt) in the kinetic Tony Scott-directed film Spy Game. Whether they’re in tuxedos playing a game of cat and mouse to set up a crooked diplomat, or dodging bullets on the way to a breakfast of migas in Beirut, Muir and Bishop are dressed impeccably. Here’s how you can crib their style from the movie. And remember: Most of the time, all you need is a stick of gum, a pocketknife and a smile.
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