For Your Eyes Only

Bond Wardrobe Review 12: For Your Eyes Only (1981)

After the extravagance of the 1970s, James Bond was refreshed in a 'down-to-earth' and 'back-to-basics' approach for the 1980s. The absurd original stories were put on hold in favour of a return to Ian Fleming's short story collection For Your Eyes Only. The tone was once again that of a Cold War thriller, and James Bond's style had to revert to tradition to follow.

James Bond and the Cotton Jersey Sports Shirt

The cotton jersey shirt, originally trendy in the 1970s when James Bond first wore it, has been become popular again. The jer...

The Woolly Pully Aboard the St. Georges in For Your Eyes Only

The legendary British military Woolly Pully sweater has become an iconic piece of James Bond's wardrobe thanks to N.Peal's unique...

Roger Moore’s Trilby Hats in the 1980s Bond Films

In the 1980s James Bond returned to his roots after over a decade of more fantastic stories. Roger Moore left behind his flas...

Bill Tanner: Double-Breasted Charcoal Flannel Suit

Though Bernard Lee's M generally wasn't a fan of double-breasted suits—but he wears one in Dr. No—his chief of staff Bill Tanner...

Columbo: Three-Piece Dinner Suit

With New Year's Eve coming up shortly, let's look at more black tie inspiration. Milos Columbo, played by Topol in For Your Eyes...

Emile Leopold Locque’s Questionable Suit

Questionable taste is often the sign of a villain. Emile Leopold Locque, played by Michael Gothard in For Your Eyes Only, wears a...

Columbo’s Bathrobe in For Your Eyes Only

"It was a very amusing performance between you and the owner of this," says Bond, referring to Countess Lisl von Schlaf (played ...