Moonraker

Horsebit Moccasins

Throughout the 1970s, Roger Moore often wore horsebit moccasins. The style was first created by Gucci in the 1960s and reached its highest popularity in the 1980s....

The Moonraker Jumpsuit

Bond disguises himself amongst Drax's Moonraker personnel by donning a Moonraker jumpsuit-style spacesuit. The yellow jumpsuit has thick black stripes down the sho...

The Moonraker Blazer, Part II: Venice

My last entry covered Roger Moore's navy blazer worn in California in Moonraker. Bond wears the Angelo Roma blazer again later in Venice, but with a different sh...

The California Tuxedo: A Blazer and Khaki Trousers in Moonraker

I'm not talking about a "Tuxedo" as in what Americans call a dinner suit. I'm talking about the outfit consisting of blue blazer and khakis, which is sometimes r...

The Elephant Grey Silk Suit in Moonraker

When James Bond arrives in Venice in Moonraker he wears an dupioni silk suit in elephant grey. Dupioni silk is both shiny and slubby, and it's a great fabric for...

The Narrow Pinstripe Suit in Moonraker

Moonraker featured Roger Moore's first three-piece suit as Bond. For next twenty years after this through The World is Not Enough, Bond always visited M's office...

Roger Moore and His Stuntman in Blue Blazers Skydiving in Moonrak...

Moonraker's pre-title sequence involves a skydiving scene, and his skydiving stuntman (Jake Lombard) can be identified by his different clothing. For his studio ...

Bond Goes Hunting: A Brown Donegal Tweed Suit in Moonraker

Roger Moore's suits in The Spy Who Loved Me and Moonraker changed in style from his first two Bond films to something more in tune with 1970's fashions. The more...