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(00)7 Current Trends in James Bond’s Clothes

Daniel Craig's James Bond has followed fashion trends, popularised fashion trends and even set fashion trends. Of all the James Bonds, Roger Moore has long been kno...

The Effect of Small Changes in a Silhouette

Most tailors have a house style that defines both the silhouette of their suits and how they execute the small details. Tailors have a house style for numerous reas...

From Tailors with Love: Episode 16 — The Mr Big Picture

This week Peter Brooker and I discuss Yaphet Kotto's villainous but fun wardrobe in Live and Let Die, both as Dr. Kananga and as Mr. Big. You can read more abou...

Dr. Kananga’s Tan Suit in Live and Let Die

Live and Let Die's villain Dr. Kananga may not be into flashy 1970s trends as much as his alter ego Mr. Big, but even as himself he liked wearing creative cloth...

James Bond and the Tie Clip

A 1960s trend that has resurfaced in recent years along with the skinny tie, the tie clip is piece of men's jewellery that adds a bit of fun and a unique elegan...

From Tailors with Love: Episode 15 — The Bond Winter Wardrobe

This week Peter Brooker and I focus on James Bond's winter wardrobe. Considering the weather in much of the northern hemisphere this time of year, it's difficul...

The Reality of Bond’s Clothing Colours

The colours we see on screen in a film are often very different than colours in reality. This may have to do with the type of film used, the way the film was proces...

Is Professor Dent Wearing James Bond’s Shirt?

When James Bond visits Professor Dent, played by Anthony Dawson, in his lab in Dr. No, Dent is in his shirtsleeves with the sleeves casually rolled up. The shir...

From Tailors with Love: Episode 14 — The Golden Globes

From Tailors with Love is back in the new year, and Peter Brooker and I talk about Bond-related style news We talk about the now-famous photo at the Golden G...

What Is Worsted Wool?

The Oxford Dictionaries have two definitions for "worsted". The first describes worsted yarn: "A fine smooth yarn spun from combed long-staple wool." The second...