Roger Moore

Mother of Pearl Buttons: Radiating from James Bond’s Clothes

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The uniquely shiny, iridescent visage of mother of pearl buttons makes them a luxurious addition to many different kinds of c...

Roger Moore’s Powder Blue Three-Piece Suit in The Saint

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‘The Queen’s Ransom’ is the first colour episode of The Saint that aired, and it takes advantage of colour by putting Roger M...

Turtleneck with Tailoring: An Alternative James Bond Style

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Before the open-neck shirt with tailoring became popular, there was another way men wore their suits and jackets without a ti...

(00)7 Times When Roger Moore’s Bond Came Ill-Prepared in Loafers

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Roger Moore's James Bond is known for his penchant for loafers, whether they're penny loafers, bit loafers or tassel loafers. Whi...

Roger Moore’s Safari Suit at Cannes in 1977

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On 20 May 1977, Roger Moore and Barbara Bach attended the Cannes Film Festival in Cannes, France to promote The Spy Who Loved...

The Persuaders!: Roger Moore’s Double-Breasted Sports Coat

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Roger Moore's wardrobe as Lord Brett Sinclair in The Persuaders! pushed the limits of classic menswear, creatively blending t...

(00)7 Roger Moore Outfits That Inspired Me

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This past Saturday, Roger Moore would have celebrated his 96th birthday. I'm a tremendous fan of Roger Moore's style, and it has ...

Bond Wardrobe Review 14: A View to a Kill (1985)

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A View to a Kill is not only Roger Moore's final Bond film, it also completes a trilogy. It's the third and final of Moore's 1980s Bond films, the third and final of Moore's Bond films directed by John Glen and the third and final of Moore's Bond films tailored by Doug Hayward.