Cravat Day celebrates the precursor to the bow tie.
007 is known for many things: his daring spy work, Bond girls who throw themselves at him, fancy cars, immense charm, and many other traits that make men want to be like him and women to want him. His penchant for bow ties is an integral part of his appeal.
An organization devoted to the Last Lion's legacy has to pay tribute to his beloved neckwear.
823... That's a lot of bow ties.
Bow ties play a prominent role in society ranging from their good sales to the influential dudes who wear them. Good thing they have a holiday.
The world -- real and fictional -- needs dudes with cachet and panache.
Bow ties are cool.
Why did the Last Lion find bow ties so compelling and important?
Unless you're wearing at least a tux (some will say that even that alone isn't enough) for a formal event, don't wear a solid black or white bow tie.
What happens when a duck and Mormon missionaries wear bow ties?