Monthly Archives: February 2012

The Saint: Pleated Back Sports Coat

In the 5th series of The Saint, Roger Moore wears a unique sports coat with a pleated back, tailored by Cyril Castle. This outfit in particular is seen in the epis...

Royal Navy Greatcoat

In The Spy Who Loved Me, Bond wears a naval greatcoat over his naval uniform. The full-length greatcoat has a double-breasted front that buttons to the top with ...

Alpine Skiing

On Her Majesty's Secret Service puts Bond on skis for the first time. George Lazenby was not allowed to be on skis for insurance reasons, and all the skiing was ...

The Naked Face: A Barleycorn Tweed Jacket

In 1984, Roger Moore starred in a film called The Naked Face, boasting a supporting cast of great actors such as Rod Steiger, Elliott Gould, Art Carney and David...

A Charcoal Flannel Suit Again in A View to a Kill

The charcoal flannel suit has made many appearances throughout the Bond series, sometimes as a two-piece suit and other times with a waistcoat, as Roger Moore we...

Green Uniform on the Other Side

In the beginning of Octopussy, Bond turns inside-out his brown tweed jacket to reveal an olive green army uniform underneath, and he sticks on a mustache to masq...

Brown Tweed on One Side

Octopussy opens with Bond in a brown tweed 3-button sports coat tailored by Douglas Hayward with natural shoulders and a low button stance. It has slanted pocket...

Sir James Bond: Edwardian Tweed

The 1967 Casino Royale spoof features many James Bonds, though the original Bond (know knighted) is played by David Niven. Niven wears a sports suit tailored by ...