Roger Moore

The Saint: A Two-Tone Shot Silk Dinner Jacket

Happy birthday to Sir Roger Moore, on what would have been his 92nd birthday. When The Saint started filming in colour for the fifth series in 1966, it could...

Do Bond Actors Choose Their Screen Wardrobe?

We will never know for sure how much say any of the James Bond actors have had over the clothes they wear in the character, but some have provided more input than o...

A Guide to James Bond’s Slip-On Shoes and Loafers

Though not a modern Bond staple, the slip-on shoe is an essential item of the classic James Bond wardrobe. It was the preferred footwear for Ian Fleming's Bond,...

Lazenby and Moore Style: Breaking Away from Connery

James Bond style on film started with Sean Connery, and naturally all Bond style that has come since is often compared to and frequently inspired by Connery's. The ...

Orlebar Brown’s 007 Collaboration

The British beachwear brand Orlebar Brown released a new James Bond collection today in collaboration with Bond film series company EON Productions. This is one...

A Light Blue Bathrobe in The Man with the Golden Gun

Light blue is a popular colour for James Bond’s shirts, swimming shorts and bathrobes. The light blue terrycloth—a.k.a. towelling—bathrobe is a James Bond stapl...

A Black Double-Breasted Dinner Suit Made for The Man with the Gol...

Until Spectre came along, The Man with the Golden Gun was the only James Bond film in which Bond wears an ivory dinner jacket as his sole dinner jacket. However, it...

The Two-Button Shirt Collar and James Bond

While almost all shirt collars fasten with one button, the rare shirt collar has two stacked buttons. A collar with a very high stand needs a second button to k...