Monthly Archives: November 2011

Black Pyjamas in Licence to Kill

In Licence to Kill, Bond wakes up in Sanchez's compound wearing black pyjamas. They could be Sanchez's own pyjamas lent to Bond or just extras he keeps around for ...

A Double-Breasted Overcoat in Hamburg

Bond's choice of bronze and blue tie made sense after he donned a vicuna-coloured overcoat over his blue birdseye suit for his arrival in Hamburg, Germany. The ove...

A Navy Birdseye Suit in London

The navy birdseye suit is favourite of costume designer Lindy Hemming to dress on Pierce Brosnan. She put Brosnan in a navy birdseye suit in GoldenEye and designs ...

James Bond’s Nehru Jacket

A prisoner of Dr. No, Bond dons the Asian-influenced clothes provided for him as Dr. No's guest. The main piece is a brown silk Nehru jacket. The jacket has five b...

A Familiar Dinner Suit in Quantum of Solace

In Quantum of Solace, Bond found in a locker a perfectly-fitted dinner suit that was almost a copy of Bond's first dinner suit that Sean Connery wore to introduce ...

The Pea Coat in Casino Royale

The opening scene of Casino Royale finds James Bond in a pea coat, appropriate for a naval officer. The pea coat is a casual coat that's most appropriately worn ov...

A Grey Flannel Suit for the Office in For Your Eyes Only

For his visit to the Minister of Defence's office and Q-Branch in For Your Eyes Only, James Bond wears a mid-grey, lightweight flannel two-piece suit. Whilst the l...

The "Harrington" Jacket in Quantum of Solace

One of Daniel Craig's most popular outfits in Quantum of Solace is his jacket in Bolivia. The dark navy cotton, zip-front jacket is by Tom Ford. Ford's inspiration...