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Commander of the Cloth, Part 3: Pierce Brosnan

Pierce Brosnan's James Bond wardrobe brought Bond's suits and coats up to the new standards of the 1990s. Lighter weights had become the standard in luxury Itali...

Commander of the Cloth, Part 2: Roger Moore

Continuing from where Sean Connery left off, Roger Moore's suits are made of many of the same types of fabrics that Connery's are. Like Connery, Moore wears a lo...

Commander of the Cloth, Part 1: Sean Connery

While the colours of James Bond's suits are evident in the films, the more specific fabrics or cloths that the suits are made from—known as suitings—and the comp...

Blue Diamond Jacquard Dinner Jacket at the Skyfall Premiere

The James Bond actors usually dress in a Bond-like manner for the premieres of their Bond films, but five years ago today Daniel Craig wore something more creative f...

The Connery Shirt from Deo Veritas

Deo Veritas, one of the most prominent online made-to-measure shirtmakers, approached me earlier this year about partnering on a James Bond-related shirt project...

The 12 Most Quintessential Roger Moore James Bond Outfits

Today we celebrate what would have been Sir Roger Moore's 90th birthday by looking back at twelve of the outfits that made his James Bond style special. Twelve outfi...

Ian Fleming’s James Bond Clothes in the Films

The film James Bond typically has more refined and more fashionable tastes than Bond's creator Ian Fleming gave his character in his original stories. On the other h...

The (00)7 Most Significant Contributors to James Bond Style

We like to think that James Bond is the most stylish man in the world, but he is merely a character that real people created. Many people are responsible for Bond's ...

Becoming Bond: Character Through Clothes in Casino Royale

Casino Royale tells a story about how James Bond became the familiar character we knew from before, eschewing the typical plot-driven Bond tale for one focused p...

The Herringbone Suit: An Underappreciated James Bond Classic

Herringbone, named after the skeleton of the herring fish, is a popular pattern that can be seen in many sorts of applications, from road paving to wood and tile...