Thunderball

How James Bond Looks Masculine and Sophisticated in His Suits

Nobody else combines masculinity and sophistication in the way that James Bond does. The masculinity comes from looking as much like the ideal man from the western...

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...

How James Bond Wears a Suit for Evenings Out

Though James Bond is known for wearing black tie in the evening, most people don't regularly attend such formal events. Bond sometimes goes out for less formal o...

Count Lippe’s Casual Brown Tweed Suit

Count Lippe (Guy Doleman) is a SPECTRE agent Bond encounters at the Shrublands health farm in the English countryside in Thunderball. The basis for Lippe's clothes...

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...

Navy Silk Dressing Gown in Thunderball

James Bond briefly wears a navy silk dressing gown in Thunderball that he likely found in his large, luxurious room at the Shrublands health clinic. It has a sha...

Felix Leiter: The Seersucker Suit

Rik Van Nutter's Felix Leiter in Thunderball wears a blue and white striped suit made of a thin, puckered cotton cloth called seersucker. The blue and white seersu...

Largo: The White Camp Shirt

Emilio Largo, dare I say the best-dressed villain in the Bond series, looks just as smart in casual attire as he does in tailored clothing. Largo's white camp shir...