The black three-eyelet derby—known as blucher to the Americans—is worn by James Bond with his suits throughout Dr. No and From Russia With Love. In Goldfinger, Bond switches to a two-eyelet derby with his glen check suit. On derby shoes, shoelace eyelet pieces are sewn on top of the vamp. Daniel Craig wore this style with two eyelets (specifically the now discontinued John Lobb Luffield, pictured below) in Casino Royale with his dinner suit, in ordinary calfskin nonetheless. Derby shoes with two or three eyelets extend the vamp to give shoe long, sleek lines. This style can be found from most English shoemakers yet it is difficult to find in America. Bond’s shoes usually either have a cap toe or plain toe. In Diamonds Are Forever Bond wore a full brogue, wingtip three-eyelet derby with his black suit and blue pinstripe. Especially in a plain-toe style, it’s an elegant and minimal design well-suited to the James Bond character.