The Saint: A Glen Urquhart Check Suit

The Saint's first episode "The Talented Husband", which premiered a day before Dr. No on Thursday the 4th of October 1962, briefly introduces Roger Moore's incarna...

The Man from U.N.C.L.E.: Dinner Suit and Backless Waistcoat

Napoleon Solo, Ian Fleming's creation for the American television series The Man from U.N.C.L.E played by Robert Vaughn, wears black tie just as well as James Bond...

The Persuaders: The Tweed Norfolk Suit

In the 1971 episode of The Persuaders titled "A Home of One's Own", Roger Moore wears an old-fashioned Norfolk suit. The brown herringbone tweed sporting suit is m...

Crossplot: A Double-Breasted Pinstripe Suit from The Saint

Roger Moore's 1969 film Crossplot is like a cross between an episode of The Saint and a James Bond film. Moore plays talent scout Gary Fenn, who is identical in ap...

Get Smart: A Creative Three-Piece Suit

The 1960s was an adventurous time for men's tailoring. Though Sean Connery's James Bond wears some of the most conservative suits of the decade, Roger Moore's suit...

The Avengers: Steed’s Signature Suit

With the first day of September here, it's time in the Northern Hemisphere to look toward autumn clothes. John Steed of The Avengers, played by Patrick Macnee, wea...

Peter Lorre’s Le Chiffre

In the 1954 “Casino Royale” television play on CBS’s Climax!, the legendary Peter Lorre became the first actor to play Le Chiffre. Lorre wears a warm-weather dinne...

The Saint: A Classic Safari Jacket

Roger Moore wore the safari jacket before he was James Bond and before the late 1960s when Yves Saint Laurent and Ted Lapidus made it a fashion item. In the 1965 e...