Licence to Kill

Making Excuses for Licence to Kill’s Wardrobe

People often try to explain to me why the wardrobe in Licence to Kill is different from and not up to the usual standards of Jame...

Two Unstructured Jackets: Different Fits, Same Concept in Licence to Kill and Spectre

Timothy Dalton’s navy Teba jacket in Licence to Kill and Daniel Craig’s light brown lounge jacket from Brunello Cucinelli in ...

Bond Wardrobe Review 16: Licence to Kill (1989)

American Jodie Tillen was hired as the costume designer, and her American sensibilities took the costumes in a new direction. Bond's wardrobe in the previous four films never delved deeply into the fashions of the 1980s, but in Licence to Kill James Bond dressed as much for the 1980s as Roger Moore had dressed for the 1970s.

James Bond and the Unconventional Odd Waistcoat

Odd waistcoats—waistcoats or vests that contrast with a suit or jacket—are having a renaissance right now, but they are still...

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...

How Does James Bond Dress After Leaving the Service?

Bond has left the secret service many times in the series, starting with Bond's attempt to leave it in On Her Majesty's Secre...

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...

Baggy All-Blue Casual Wear in Licence to Kill

Timothy Dalton is partially responsible for this all-blue outfit in Licence to Kill. In a 1989 interview with Garth Pearce, Timo...