Roger Moore

Roger Moore’s Stone-Coloured Safari Suit from a Live and Let Die Still

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James Bond actors often have clothes made for their Bond films that are either cut from the film's wardrobe or are made to wear i...

Cyril Castle Tailored James Bond’s Best Jacket Silhouette

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If I had to single out one of James Bond's jacket cuts as my favourite, I would choose Cyril Castle's cut for Live and Let Di...

Connery vs Moore: Two 1970s Conduit Street Suits

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Sean Connery and Roger Moore had much different interpretations of the James Bond character, but they dressed with a few simi...

Learning from Bond: My Own Way to Wear the Beige Live and Let Die Shirt

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I have a lot of fun wearing clothes that James Bond would wear, but I like to combine them in ways James Bond would not. I th...

Octopussy vs Never Say Never Again: Tropical Suits Made by the Same Tailor

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For the famous 1983 battle of the Bonds between Roger Moore in Octopussy and Sean Connery in Never Say Never Again, both acto...

Safari Jackets, Safari Shirts and the Garments In-Between

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Roger Moore's James Bond loved his safari clothes in a number of different forms. On one end are the tailored safari jackets, on ...

A Japanese-American Robe at the Spa in A View to a Kill

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After drying off at the spa in San Francisco's Japantown in A View to a Kill, James Bond dons a Japanese-esque robe. It is the la...

The Grey Tie and James Bond

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From silver to mid-grey to charcoal, the grey tie is a versatile and Bondian accessory. It has an understated elegance that c...