Monthly Archives: January 2012

M: The Brown Flannel Suit

Bernard Lee's M is known for his likeness to Winston Churchill, partially attributed to his penchance for bow tie. M didn't wear a bow tie in Dr. No, but he star...

Tic-Patterned Suit in On Her Majesty’s Secret Service

As a part of his disguise as Sir Hilary Bray in On Her Majesty's Secret Service, Bond wears a copy of Sir Hilary's tweed three-piece suit. This suit is made of b...

Double Leather Jackets

Bond appears to be going all out with the leather, imitating the dress of the man he's impersonating, Mr. Van Bierk. On top is a tan suede jacket from General Le...

Dark Brown Shadow Stripe Suit in Goldfinger

In the famous scene in Fort Knox in Goldfinger, Bond wears two-piece suit tailored by Anthony Sinclair in brown—or a weave of brown and black—with a subtle, closely-...

Skiing in the Caucasus in The World Is Not Enough

Whilst a one-piece ski suit isn't the most stylish way to ski, it might be more practical. Bond wears a dark olive ski jumpsuit in The World is Not Enough made b...

Connery’s Dark Grey Flannel Suit in Diamonds Are Forever

In Diamonds Are Forever Bond wears a winter staple, the dark grey woollen flannel suit. Woolen flannel is very warm and typically very heavy, though despite the ...

Connery’s Flannel Chalk Stripe Suit in From Russia with Lov...

Not all of Anthony Sinclair's suits for Sean Connery are lightweight, which is one thing his suits are known for. Connery wears a heavy navy flannel suit with grey c...

Black Half-Zip Shirt in Moonraker

Bond wears an all black outfit for two nighttime excursions in Moonraker. The black knit shirt is unique for it's zip that goes halfway down the chest. The zip f...