Monthly Archives: November 2012

Casino Royale (1954)

“Card Sense” Jimmy Bond

The first on-screen appearance of James Bond came with the "Casino Royale" television play on CBS's Climax! in 1954, with Bond played by American actor Barry Nel...
Barbour

The Barbour Sports Jacket in Skyfall

Skyfall's costume designer Jany Temime introduced a British icon to the Bond series: the Barbour jacket. Barbour is famous for its waxed cotton jackets, which ar...
Charcoal Pinstripe Suit

The Modern Button Two Grey Pinstripe Suit

Pierce Brosnan brings back the button two suit in Die Another Day after wearing primarily button three suits in his previous three Bond films. Of the two example...

Skyfall’s Tab Collar

A tab collar is a point collar with a tab that connects the two sides of the collar underneath the tie. Though tab collar is British in origin, it tends to be shun...
Skyfall Pick and Pick Suit

The Skyfall Grey Pick-and-Pick Suit

Skyfall opens with Bond wearing a black and white pick-and-pick suit from Tom Ford. Also known as sharkskin, this semi-solid pattern woven in an even twill weave...
Skyfall Dinner Suit

Midnight Blue Dinner Suit in Macau in Skyfall

You don't need to have seen Skyfall to have gotten a good look at the Skyfall dinner suit. Daniel Craig has already worn his midnight blue Tom Ford O'Connor dinn...
Goldfinger Charcoal Flannel

On a Plane to Meet the President in a Charcoal Flannel Three-Piec...

The final scene of Goldfinger features Sean Connery in his second three-piece suit of the series, a charcoal grey woolen flannel. Bond believes he's on his way to me...

Arrival in Cortina d’Ampezzo: A Shearling Blouson in For Yo...

Bond arrives in Cortina d'Ampezzo in For Your Eyes Only wearing a very warm shearling blouson, similar to a flight jacket. The outside is light brown suede sheepsk...