Literary Bond

Ian Fleming: Thunderball (1961) – Count Lippe

"He was an athletic-looking six foot, dressed in the sort of casually well-cut beige herring-bone tweed that suggests Anderson and Sheppard. He wore a white silk sh...

Ian Fleming: Thunderball (1961)

"A scar down his right cheek showed pale against a tan so mild that he must have only recently come to the island. He was wearing a very dark blue lightweight single...

Ian Fleming: For Your Eyes Only (1960)

From the short story "For Your Eyes Only" in For Your Eyes Only by Ian Fleming: "He ran his eye over Bond's old black and white hound's-tooth tweed suit and whit...

Ian Fleming: Goldfinger (1959)

"Bond changed his socks and put on the battered old pair of nailed Saxones. He took off the coat of his yellowing black and white hound's tooth suit and pulled on a ...

Ian Fleming: Dr. No (1958)

"He went into his room and dressed in his old dark blue tropical worsted suit, a sleeveless white cotton shirt and a black knitted tie, looked in the glass to see th...

Ian Fleming: From Russia With Love (1957)

"It was a dark, clean-cut face, with a three-inch scar showing whitely down the sunburned skin of the right cheek. The eyes were wide and level under straight, rathe...

Ian Fleming: Diamonds Are Forever (1956)

"In transit it was six o'clock on Thursday evening and Bond was packing his suitcase in his bedroom at the Ritz. It was a battered but once expensive pigskin Revelat...

Ian Fleming: Moonraker (1955)

In Moonraker, Ian Fleming writes about two of Bond's favourite suits and how he wears them:"Ten minutes later, in a heavy white silk shirt, dark blue trousers of Nav...