What we have here is not your usual Steak & Kidney Pie, this thing oozes Latin flavor.

It’s a 1930s Mexican Mariachi, or Charro wedding suit. Aptly labeled ‘El Incendio’ of Mexico City, this is one hot tamale. The three-piece suit, bolero jacket, waistcoat, and trousers are heavily frogged with brown leather intricately embroidered directly onto the black wool body, and the trousers feature sand-cast silver buttons and chains in parallel tracks down each leg.

Swashbucklingly romantic and silent movie era evocative, it captures in equal measure some of the virility of Valentino, the swagger of Tyrone Power’s Zorro, a little bit of the brooding Ramon in A Fistful of Dollars, and dare we even say some of the glamour of Diana Rigg’s Spanish riding suit Countess in OHMSS. Incendiary stuff.