Accessories

Lock & Co Hatters

St James’s Street: Lock and Lobb

Around the corner from Pall Mall on St James's Street in the London district of St James's are two stores associated with the first Bond films. The first is Lock...

Horsebit Moccasins

Throughout the 1970s, Roger Moore often wore horsebit moccasins. The style was first created by Gucci in the 1960s and reached its highest popularity in the 1980s....

Canvas Espadrilles in Thunderball

In Thunderball, Bond wears light blue canvas slip-on espadrilles with his outfit of a rose shirt and light blue swimming trunks after a swim. The shoes have doub...

George Lazenby’s Brown Suede Monk Shoes

Two weeks ago I covered George Lazenby's poorly received brown and orange golf clothing, but the shoes worn with that outfit will be discussed in more detail here ...
For Your Eyes Only Shoes

Roger Moore’s 1980s Slip-Ons

Roger Moore always wore slip-ons with his suits, as practised by the literary James Bond. Slip-ons are traditionally too casual to wear with a city suit, though ...

Solid Silk Ties: Floats, Satin and Shantung

Whereas Sean Connery and George Lazenby wear solid grenadine and knitted ties in their James Bond films, Roger Moore often wears solid ties in other weaves. In The M...

Monk Shoes

The monk shoe's simplicity of a strap and buckle instead of laces is something the would've appealed to Ian Fleming's James Bond. In The World is Not Enough, Bon...

The Cap-Toe Oxford

It's not often that we get a close-up shot of Bond's footwear, but Diamonds Are Forever gives us a lucky break on a number of occasions. The most traditional sho...