This man is fond of your fondness.
Detachable wing collar with white tie; spread collar with tuxedo. With a standard tux, the spread collar with its points tucked neatly under the jacket's lapels permits a super-clean triangle as exemplified by Mr. Craig. White tie is "busier" since the jacket doesn't button and is always accompanied by a vest
Bi-partisan white tie faux pas:
Former President Bush and President Obama both misstep with turn down collars with white tie.
Bush's waistcoat comes down too far, his trousers are too low, and his jacket sleeves too long.
Meanwhile Obama's is a size or two too big.
You are forgetting Obama's obviously pre-tied bow.