Live and Let Die

James Bond Brings Back the Turtleneck

If Daniel Craig's fashion sense is anything to go on, the turtleneck has boldly returned. Craig had the power to return shawl collar cardigans to the forefront of ...

James Bond’s Coat Closet

Only in Dr. No and Live and Let Die so far do we get to see where James Bond lives, but in Live and Let Die we also get a glimpse inside his coat closet. We can ...

Kananga in Black Lounge

When representing his island nation of San Monique at the United Nations, Dr. Kananga (Yaphet Kotto) wears black lounge in Live and Let Die. Black lounge is made u...

The San Monique Dressing Gown

Most men don't travel with dressing gowns and instead wear the ones provided by the hotels they stay at. More often than not, the dressing gowns Bond wears are n...

Dr. Kananga: The Purple Suit

The flashier a man dresses the less he should be trusted. Roger Moore's James Bond may have been dandier than Sean Connery's Bond, but Moore's style is quite res...

The Beige Linen Suit

After Bond lands his hang glider, he reverses his navy leisure suit into an elegant beige linen suit. Does this count as one of the brown suits that people criticise...

Hang Gliding in a Leisure Suit

Bond goes hang gliding in Live and Let Die wearing a navy leisure suit-like outfit. Though the brief scene is very dark—helping considerably to disguise the fash...

Moore’s Unused Dinner Jacket

As part of Live and Let Die promotions, Roger Moore's photo was taken as Bond in a dinner jacket, yet this outfit didn't make it to the film. Not wearing a dinne...