Moonraker

Navy Blazers: More Than Navy Suit Jackets with Metal Buttons

What is or isn't a blazer? By one definition, a blazer is a tailored jacket in navy—or less traditionally in other solid colours—with metal buttons. By another def...

Basted for Bond: Examining Roger Moore’s Angelo Roma Clothes

A new “Basted for Bond” infographic breaks down the wide-lapelled jackets, flared trousers and waistcoat that Roger Moore wears in The Spy Who Loved Me and Moonraker...

A Guide to Bond’s Pinstripes and Chalk Stripes

Since From Russia with Love, striped suits have been a staple of James Bond's wardrobe. There are many different kinds of stripes for suits, including pinstripes, ...

Roger Moore’s Infamous Flared Trousers

Roger Moore's trousers in his 1970s James Bond films are notorious for their flared or bell-bottom legs. Though the flares were most exaggerated in The Spy Who Lov...

James Bond’s Many Brown Suits

Roger Moore is often criticised for succumbing to 1970s fashion and causing him to wear uncharacteristic brown suits in his James Bond films. However, Bond has wor...

A Poncho and Sombrero on Horseback

Roger Moore's James Bond wears more disguises—and more outlandish disguises—than all of the other Bond actors. Just as he rides a camel wearing a keffiyeh with age...

Drax: The Three-Piece Double-Breasted Suit

Though the most memorable pieces of Hugo Drax's wardrobe in Moonraker are his Mao jackets, his double-breasted, three-piece black flannel chalk stripe suit is perh...

Brioni and a Disciple, Angelo Roma

Brioni is very well-associated with making James Bond's suits in the five films from GoldenEye to Casino Royale, tailoring both Pierce Brosnan and Daniel Craig und...