Moonraker

(00)7 Times When Roger Moore’s Bond Came Ill-Prepared in Loafers

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Roger Moore's James Bond is known for his penchant for loafers, whether they're penny loafers, bit loafers or tassel loafers. Whi...

Bond Wardrobe Review 11: Moonraker (1979)

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Moonraker continues the overly trendy 1970s styles from The Spy Who Loved Me but frames them in more classic ways. Angelo Roma continued making the suits with the same wide lapels and wide flared trousers yet superb fit, and Frank Foster again made the shirts with long point collars and Lapidus tab cuffs.

James Bond and the Cotton Jersey Sports Shirt

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The cotton jersey shirt, originally trendy in the 1970s when James Bond first wore it, has been become popular again. The jer...

Drax’s Unusual Hunting Suit and Cape in Moonraker

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Two weeks ago we lost actor Michael Lonsdale at the age of 89. Lonsdale gave a memorable, well-tailored performance as Hugo D...

A Poncho and Sombrero on Horseback

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Roger Moore's James Bond wears more disguises—and more outlandish disguises—than all of the other Bond actors. Just as he rides ...

Drax: The Three-Piece Double-Breasted Suit

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Though the most memorable pieces of Hugo Drax's wardrobe in Moonraker are his Mao jackets, his double-breasted, three-piece blac...

The Lapidus Cuff

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For The Spy Who Loved Me and Moonraker, Frank Foster made Roger Moore's shirts with a special kind of cuff: the tab cuff. Fost...

James Bond’s Puffed Pocket Squares

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The puffed silk pocket square is the standard for those who wish to add a splash of colour in their breast pocket instead of ...