Roger Moore

James Bond vs The Saint: Two 1960s Conduit Street Suits

In the 1960s, the Sean Connery's James Bond film series and future Bond Roger Moore's television series The Saint had much in common. The Saint's first episode p...

Poll: Which Tailor Dressed Roger Moore Best?

While Sean Connery had the consistency of being dressed by Anthony Sinclair for all six of his James Bond films, Roger Moore was fitted by three different tailor...

The Naked Face: A Tweed Balmacaan

For the final scene of Roger Moore's 1984 film The Naked Face, Moore wears a tweed balmacaan for a visit to a cemetery. Menswear author Alan Flusser defines the ...

The Persuaders: A Suede Safari Jacket

The 1970s television show The Persuaders features Roger Moore wearing unexpected twists on classic menswear items. One example of this is a classic tan safari ja...

Roped Sleeve Heads on James Bond

Roped sleeve heads are something often mentioned on this blog. Often called a "roped shoulder", a roped sleeve head describes the bumped shape or ridge of the sl...

Air Force Blue Blazer for Summer in “Vendetta for the Saint...

Blazers do not always need to be navy. Other shades of medium to dark blue can work just as well in summertime for a blazer, such as Air Force blue. Air Force blue...

Shout at the Devil: A Cream Three Piece Suit

In 1976, Roger Moore starred in the historical film Shout at the Devil opposite American actor Lee Marvin. It is directed by On Her Majesty’s Secret Service direct...

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...