Monthly Archives: December 2010

The Double-Breasted Dinner Jacket in The Spy Who Loved Me

As tonight is New Year's Eve I thought it would be appropriate to look at another dinner suit. In The Spy Who Loved Me it was a midnight blue six button with two...

The Three-Piece Dinner Suit in GoldenEye

New Year's Eve is soon approaching and it's a night when many people pull out their black tie ensemble. Many people like to wear a waistcoat with their dinner su...

Do you know how Christmas trees are grown?

They need sunshine! James Bond celebrated Christmas in On Her Majesty's Secret Service masquerading as Sir Hilary Bray of the College of Arms. For Christmas dinn...

Navy in New York: A Chesterfield Coat and Navy Suit

James Bond's navy double-breasted—slightly short—chesterfield coat with a velvet collar in Live and Let Die is a has many fans. The classic piece made by Conduit...

Light Grey Tropical Suit in Live and Let Die

Roger Moore was introduced as James Bond in Live and Let Die in 1973, a time when Bond's clothing somewhat reflected the fashions of the period. The 1970s fashio...

The Tomorrow Never Dies Charcoal Suit

Bond wears a small number of suits in Tomorrow Never Dies, only a blue, a grey, and a naval commander's uniform. 30 years prior to this movie in 1967, Sean Conne...

Monk Shoes

The monk shoe's simplicity of a strap and buckle instead of laces is something the would've appealed to Ian Fleming's James Bond. In The World is Not Enough, Bon...

Pick-and-Pick Suit in The World Is Not Enough

For The World Is Not Enough, costume designer Lindy Hemming toned down James Bond's wardrobe and brought back the minimalism of Sean Connery's suits. The outfit ...