Timothy Dalton

Bond Wardrobe Review 15: The Living Daylights (1987)

Compared to the Moore films, Bond's clothes in The Living Daylights are more pedestrian. Dalton’s clothes are almost all ready-to-wear, which brings a realism to Bond’s wardrobe that we had never seen before. However, this also reflects Dalton’s lack of glamour in Bond.

James Bond’s Casual Relationship with Chinos

Chinos are the most ubiquitous trousers today after jeans. To the masses, chinos are a dressier alternative to jeans. While they ...

Timothy Dalton’s Suit for a Living Daylights Press Conference

Shortly after filming on The Living Daylights began, Timothy Dalton was introduced to the public as James Bond at a press confere...

James Bond Hints at Power Business Style in the 1980s

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

All-Khaki Sportswear in Licence to Kill

In a brief scene at the Banco De Isthmus in Licence to Kill, Timothy Dalton's James Bond wears an all-khaki casual outfit. Co...

James Bond’s Cravats and Other Fancy Neckwear

There are numerous forms of neckwear beyond the four-in-hand tie (long tie) and the bow tie, and James Bond has worn quite a few o...

Sins: Timothy Dalton in Black and White Dinner Jackets

Happy birthday to Timothy Dalton! Timothy Dalton's last project released before he first starred as James Bond in The Livin...

Basted for Bond: Examining Timothy Dalton’s Licence to Kill Suits

A new “Basted for Bond” infographic breaks down the baggy, oversized suits designed by Jodie Tillen and made at the tailor shop a...