Live and Let Die

Bond Wardrobe Review 8: Live and Let Die (1973)

Drinking bourbon instead of a vodka martini and smoking cigars instead of cigarettes famously differentiated Roger Moore’s first appearance as James Bond in Live and Let Die from his that of his two predecessors, but his sartorial style was different from the previous Bonds’ styles as well.

Roger Moore’s Problem with Cyril Castle’s Collars

Cyril Castle produced some of the most dramatic and creatively tailored suits of the James Bond series when he tailored Roger...

Felix Leiter’s 1970s Checked Suit in Live and Let Die

Live and Let Die introduced the third actor to play James Bond, Roger Moore, and the fifth actor to play Felix Leiter, David ...

Roger Moore’s Stone-Coloured Safari Suit from a Live and Let Die Still

James Bond actors often have clothes made for their Bond films that are either cut from the film's wardrobe or are made to wear i...

Adam’s Checked Jacket and Roll Neck in Live and Let Die

Live and Let Die has some of the most exciting costume design of the series thanks to costume designer Julie Harris. Henchman...

Cyril Castle Tailored James Bond’s Best Jacket Silhouette

If I had to single out one of James Bond's jacket cuts as my favourite, I would choose Cyril Castle's cut for Live and Let Di...

Connery vs Moore: Two 1970s Conduit Street Suits

Sean Connery and Roger Moore had much different interpretations of the James Bond character, but they dressed with a few simi...

Learning from Bond: My Own Way to Wear the Beige Live and Let Die Shirt

I have a lot of fun wearing clothes that James Bond would wear, but I like to combine them in ways James Bond would not. I th...