Live and Let Die

The Tan Basketweave Sports Coat in Live and Let Die

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 the fabric content is, but I would...

Don’t Forget the Double Vents: A Basted Brown Suit Jacket i...

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 a fitting. The tailor is played by ...

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

At the end of Live and Let Die, James Bond wears a double-breasted suit by Mayfair tailor Cyril Castle made in dark grey dupioni silk. This is Bond's first doubl...

Navy in New York: A Chesterfield Coat and Navy Suit in Live and L...

James Bond's navy cashmere double-breasted—slightly short—chesterfield coat with a velvet collar in Live and Let Die is a has many fans. The classic piece made b...

Light Grey Tropical Suit in Live and Let Die

Roger Moore was introduced as James Bond in Live and Let Die in 1973, a time when Bond's clothing somewhat reflected the fashions of the period. The 1970s fashio...