Live and Let Die

The Beige Linen Suit in Live and Let Die

After Bond lands his hang glider, he reverses his navy leisure suit into an elegant beige linen-blend suit. Does this count as one of the brown suits that people...

Hang Gliding in a Leisure Suit in Live and Let Die

Bond goes hang gliding in Live and Let Die wearing a navy leisure suit-like outfit. Though the brief scene is very dark—helping considerably to disguise the fash...

Moore’s Unused Dinner Jacket

As part of Live and Let Die promotions, Roger Moore's photo was taken as Bond in the requisite dinner jacket, yet this outfit didn't make it to the film. Not wea...

The Black Polo Neck in Live and Let Die

In Live and Let Die's climax, Roger Moore channels Steve McQueen in Bullitt with his black polo neck—also known as a turtleneck—and shoulder holster. We typicall...

The Powder Blue Leisure Suit in Live and Let Die

Roger Moore is all too often accused of wearing leisure suits, but only does this powder blue number from Live and Let Die qualify. The jacket alone could easily...

The Monogrammed Dressing Gown in Live and Let Die

Roger Moore is introduced as Bond in a dressing gown and pyjamas. Live and Let Die was a big movie for dressing gowns (with Bond wearing three total). The half-sle...

Double Windowpane Dressing Gown in Live and Let Die

In the final scene of Live and Let Die, Bond wears a dressing gown in a terrycloth with a short pile. It has a base in white and red, which may have been achieved b...

The Black Short-Sleeve Shirt in Live and Let Die

Black is neither a natural choice for a warm-weather shirt nor is it one of James Bond's favourite colours to wear, but Roger Moore wears a casual short-sleeve shi...