The Naked Face: A Barleycorn Tweed Jacket

In 1984, Roger Moore starred in a film called The Naked Face, boasting a supporting cast of great actors such as Rod Steiger, Elliott Gould, Art Carney and David...

Sir James Bond: Edwardian Tweed

The 1967 Casino Royale spoof features many James Bonds, though the original Bond (know knighted) is played by David Niven. Niven wears a sports suit tailored by ...

Button-Down Cocktail Cuff

Though never seen in the Bond films, both Sean Connery and Roger Moore wear shirts with a unique button-down cocktail cuffs. Moore wears the cuff from Frank Fost...

Never Say Never Again: Blue Herringbone Tweed

In Never Say Never Again, Sean Connery wears one of the most versatile sports coats, a navy and grey herringbone tweed sports coat. More common is a black and gr...

Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade: Sean Connery’s Brown He...

Though far removed from Bond, one of Sean Connery's most memorable characters is Professor Henry Jones, Sr. from Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade (1989). As woul...

The Thomas Crown Affair (1999): The 3-Piece Glen Plaid Suit

Just a few months before the release of The World Is Not Enough, Pierce Brosnan starred in one of his most notable films during his tenure as Bond, The Thomas Crow...

Never Say Never Again: Cream Suit

The only time Sean Connery wears a cream suit in the James Bond series is with the linen cream suit in Diamonds Are Forever. Connery wears a cream suit again in Ne...

Layer Cake: Cream Suit

Some call Layer Cake Daniel Craig's screen test for Bond. He looks the part in the final scene of the movie, wearing a cream cotton and linen suit made by Richar...