Bond Wardrobe Review 7: Diamonds Are Forever (1971)
Diamonds Are Forever presents the largest tailored wardrobe of the entire Bond series. Despite the primary Las Vegas location, Bond maintains his quintessentially dressed-up look there and almost
Bond Wardrobe Review 5: You Only Live Twice (1967)
A rather odd mixture of styles, but Bond refuses to go entirely Japanese. You Only Live Twice breaks away from the past wardrobe successes for less James Bond style and more borrowed clothes and disguises. While there are a few iconic looks that remind us that Sean Connery is still James Bond, many outfits miss the mark.
Bond Wardrobe Review 4: Thunderball (1965)
Let's give a thunderous round of applause to Thunderball's costuming.
Bond Wardrobe Review 3: Goldfinger (1964)
Goldfinger not only solidified the formula for the Bond films overall but also for Bond's look.
Bond Wardrobe Review 2: From Russia with Love (1963)
Sean Connery's clothes in From Russia with Love are a continuation of what was established for James Bond's wardrobe in Dr. No, with a larger budget and a larger suit wardrobe.
Bond Wardrobe Review 1: Dr. No (1962)
A Successful First Fitting for 007 James Bond: Sean ConneryDirector: Terence YoungCostumes: Tessa WelbornWardrobe master: ...
The Peaked-Lapel Chesterfield in From Russia with Love
Though Sean Connery had a limited—but more-than-adequate—wardrobe in Dr. No due to budget restrictions, he was provided with an e...
The 60-Year Legacy of the Dr. No Dinner Suit
For 60 years, the image of James Bond is still defined by the first outfit he ever wore in the series. This outfit is his dinner ...