Monthly Archives: October 2011

One of Columbo’s Men: Navy Outfit in For Your Eyes Only

After Bond is taken in by Columbo's men in For Your Eyes Only, they give him clothes to change into from his dinner suit. He wears three pieces in light navy: a bl...

Ian Fleming: The Property of a Lady (1963)

"It was, exceptionally, a hot day in early June. James Bond put down the dark gray chalk pencil that was the marker for the dockets routed to the Double-O Section an...

Blofeld: The Mao Suit

Ernst Stavro Blofeld's first full appearance came in You Only Live Twice with Donald Pleasence's cartoon-like portrayal. Besides the bald head, scarred face and wh...

Volcano Climbing in a Grey Mock Polo Neck in You Only Live Twice

James Bond choses an all grey outfit for blending into Blofeld's volcano in You Only Live Twice. To hide himself, Bond keeps his entire body covered except for the...

The Navy Blue Lounge Suit in From Russia with Love

Bond's first suit in From Russia With Love reminds me of the conservative suits I see on many businessmen in America. It is probably the two-button front and singl...

Blue Long-Sleeve Polo in Casino Royale

In Venice in Casino Royale, Bond wears a blue two-button, interlock knit cotton polo shirt. What sets this shirt apart from most polos is a self-collar and a hidde...

Happy 84th Roger Moore—A Brown Barleycorn Hacking Jacket

Today is Roger Moore's 84th birthday and we will be looking at his classic riding ensemble from A View to a Kill. The outfit closely resembles Connery's country ou...

Blue Blazer and Day Cravat

Posing as horse stable heir James St. John Smythe, James Bond wears a blue blazer with a day cravat in A View To a Kill. The blue blazer is tailored by Douglas Hay...