Literary Bond

Ian Fleming’s Pea Coat

Though Ian Fleming never included the pea coat as part of James Bond's wardrobe in his novels, Fleming himself wore a pea coat as a Royal Navy officer during the S...

Ian Fleming’s Golfing Jacket

A tweed golfing jacket that belong to Ian Fleming was auctioned at Bonhams on New Bond Street on 23 November 2010 and sold for £1,080. This jacket was made by Flem...

Jeffrey Deaver: Carte Blanche

Jeffrey Deaver took on the task of writing the last James Bond continuation novel, released in 2011. Deaver specifies an updated wardrobe for Bond, with a little mor...

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...

Ian Fleming: The Man with the Golden Gun (1965)

"Wearing his usual rig—dark-blue single-breasted suit, white shirt, thin black knitted silk tie, black casuals— but they all look brand-new. Raincoat bought yesterda...

Ian Fleming: You Only Live Twice (1964)

"Bond's face and hands were of a light brown tint, his black hair, brightly oiled, was cut and neatly combed in a short fringe that reached halfway down his forehead...

Ian Fleming: On Her Majesty’s Secret Service (1963)

"Then he slipped on his dark-blue tropical worsted trousers, white sea-island cotton shirt, socks and black casual shoes (he abhorred shoe-laces)." (Chapter 2) "B...

Ian Fleming: The Spy Who Loved Me (1962)

"James Bond glanced over his shoulder at them and then got down off his stool and took off his raincoat and hat and put them on top of his case and climbed back." (C...