Live and Let Die

The Black Short-Sleeve Shirt in Live and Let Die

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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 Mo...

The Tan Basketweave Sports Coat in Live and Let Die

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Moore's famous sports coats started with this one, a button two in a fancy tan basketweave or hopsack weave. I'm not sure what...

Don’t Forget the Double Vents: A Basted Brown Suit Jacket in Live and Let Die

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Roger Moore's appreciation for fine tailoring can be seen in Live and Let Die with a tailor's visit to Bond's hotel suite for ...

The Double-Breasted Dark Grey Silk Suit in Live and Let Die

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At the end of Live and Let Die, James Bond wears a double-breasted suit by Mayfair tailor Cyril Castle made in dark grey dupio...

Navy in New York: A Chesterfield Coat and Navy Suit in Live and Let Die

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James Bond's navy cashmere double-breasted—slightly short—chesterfield coat with a velvet collar in Live and Let Die is a has ...

Light Grey Tropical Suit in Live and Let Die

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Roger Moore was introduced as James Bond in Live and Let Die in 1973, a time when Bond's clothing somewhat reflected the fashi...