Roger Moore

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...

James Bond and the Double-Breasted Suit

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The classic James Bond suit is single-breasted, and the standard suit for almost all men in the world apart from Prince Charles i...

Roger Moore’s Peak-Lapel Suit on The Dick Cavett Show

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On the 14 May 1971, Roger Moore appeared on The Dick Cavett Show, alongside Enoch Powell and Jonathan Miller, to discuss his ...

The Persuaders: Roger Moore’s Black Velvet Dinner Jacket for an Intimate Affair

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For a low-key New Year's Eve, a velvet dinner jacket is an elegant choice for someone who still wants to dress up. The velvet...

Roger Moore in Jeans! Cut from A View to a Kill

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In a scene deleted from A View to a Kill near the Chevron Richmond Refinery dock in the San Francisco bay, fisherman in boats are...

Does James St John Smythe Dress Like James Bond?

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Of all the people James Bond pretends to be, he most gets into character as Sir Hilary Bray in On Her Majesty's Secret Servic...

James Bond Hints at Power Business Style in the 1980s

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In the 1980s and carrying over into the 1990s, the predominant look for big business was the power suit, often accompanied by a c...