Monthly Archives: April 2011

The Moonraker Blazer, Part II: Venice

My last entry covered Roger Moore's navy blazer worn in California in Moonraker. Bond wears the Angelo Roma blazer again later in Venice, but with a different sh...

The California Tuxedo: A Blazer and Khaki Trousers in Moonraker

I'm not talking about a "Tuxedo" as in what Americans call a dinner suit. I'm talking about the outfit consisting of blue blazer and khakis, which is sometimes r...

Never Say Never Again: Dark Grey Suit

Occasionally I'll be sourcing material outside the Bond series, from both related films and television programmes. For Sean Connery's return to the role of James...

Brown Suede Slip-Ons/Monks

Two weeks ago I covered George Lazenby's poorly received brown and orange golf clothing, but the shoes worn with that outfit will be discussed in more detail her...

Dinner with Kristatos in a Notched Lapel Dinner Suit in For Your ...

Last month I wrote about Bond's first notched-lapel dinner jacket in Goldfinger, and in For Your Eyes Only we first see Roger Moore in a notched-lapel dinner jac...

The Blue Herringbone Flannel Suit

Bond visits Q-Branch in Goldfinger wearing a dark blue button two suit made by Anthony Sinclair. The cloth has a mottled appearance and is fairly heavy, probably...

Scaramanga’s Dressing Gown

Most of the villains in the Bond films have expensive tastes, and Bond occasionally enjoys borrowing their possessions: their vehicles, their champagne, their wo...

The Herringbone Tweed Half Norfolk Jacket in Diamonds Are Forever...

Diamonds Are Forever brings Bond into the 1970s with some new styles. Suits in the 1970s saw a revival of 1930s style, most notably in wider lapels and wider tro...