The Persuaders

The Persuaders: A High-Buttoning Green Suit

For his character Lord Brett Sinclair to wear in The Persuaders, Roger Moore designed some very unique and innovative pieces of tailoring that went beyond the fash...

The Persuaders: A More Conservative Charcoal Three-Piece Suit

Though Roger Moore often dresses flamboyantly as Lord Brett Sinclair in his early 1970s television show The Persuaders, not all of his clothes are entirely adventu...

The Persuaders: The Tweed Norfolk Suit

In the 1971 episode of The Persuaders titled "A Home of One's Own", Roger Moore wears an old-fashioned Norfolk suit. The brown herringbone tweed sporting suit is m...

The Persuaders: A Sporty Striped Suit

Though Roger Moore wears the flashiest clothes of his career playing Lord Brett Sinclair in The Persuaders, the suits are also amongst the best-tailored and best p...

The Persuaders: The Cardigan-Blazer

One of the most unique pieces of clothing that Roger Moore wears in The Persuaders is a cardigan that's styled like a blazer. There are a number of different bla...

Almost Never Button the Bottom Button

Sean Connery's tailoring in his Bond films is often admired for its clean, simple lines and limited colour scheme. But wearing suits didn't come naturally to Con...

Button-Down Cocktail Cuff

Though never seen in the Bond films, both Sean Connery and Roger Moore wore Frank Foster's shirts with his unique button-down cocktail cuffs. Moore wears the cuf...

The Persuaders: The Striped Blazer

I'm not used to handling coins—they makes holes in one's pockets. — Lord Brett Sinclair In the last of Roger Moore's many television programmes, The Persuaders!, ...