George Lazenby

Equestrian Pursuits: A Houndstooth Tweed Jacket in On Her Majesty...

James Bond's second hacking jacket of the series is a bit more bold than the first one, but it is just as traditional. Goldfinger features Bond's first hacking j...

A Famous Photo of George Lazenby in Anthony Sinclair

The most well-known photos of George Lazenby as Bond come from a photo shoot of him leaning against a lamppost in London across the Thames from the clock tower—n...

Pleated Trousers: Forward and Reverse

Though pleated trousers may not be currently fashionable, every James Bond except Roger Moore has worn them. There are primarily two different kinds of trousers ...

The Navy Car Coat in On Her Majesty’s Secret Service

George Lazenby's car coat in On Her Majesty's Secret Service is a hybrid of different overcoat styles. It's a navy three-quarter length, double-breasted coat wit...

Lazenby’s Felt Hats

"007 never had any respect for government property," says Q in regards to Bond's trilby, implying that he supplies Bond's hats as well as his gadgets. Bond wears...

Shirt Darts

Darts on the back of a shirt are currently more popular than ever now that people like wearing their clothes tighter. When darts are used, two are typically plac...
OHMSS Prince Of Wales Suit

The Glen Check Suit with a Blue Overcheck in On Her Majesty’...

In On Her Majesty's Secret Service George Lazenby takes the black and white Prince of Wales check suit that Sean Connery often wore and adds a blue overcheck. Th...

Ruffles: This Never Happened to the Other Fella

George Lazenby is the only Bond to have the distinction of wearing a ruffled-front dress shirt. And he wears not one but two in On Her Majesty's Secret Service. Ro...