On Her Majesty's Secret Service

Bond Wardrobe Review 6: On Her Majesty’s Secret Service (1969)

A Fresh Look for the Other Fella. On Her Majesty's Secret Service marks the not only the first instance in the James Bond series of a new Bond actor but also a new tailor for Bond. George Lazenby replaced Sean Connery and Dimi Major replaced Anthony Sinclair.

James Bond and the Unconventional Odd Waistcoat

Odd waistcoats—waistcoats or vests that contrast with a suit or jacket—are having a renaissance right now, but they are still...

An Order Form from On Her Majesty’s Secret Service

For On Her Majesty’s Secret Service, Dimi Major of Fulham, London tailored all of George Lazenby's suits, jackets and trousers, e...

The Bond Linen Suit from Orlebar Brown

Orlebar Brown is now of the third phase of their 007 collection. They were kind enough to gift me their On Her Majesty's Secret S...

James Bond’s Most Timeless Suit Cuts

As of late, the notion of 'timeless style' is increasingly being questioned. Styles have always changed throughout history, in me...

Lazenby and Moore Style: Breaking Away from Connery

James Bond style on film started with Sean Connery, and naturally all Bond style that has come since is often compared to and fre...

On Her Majesty’s Secret Service Style: Are George Lazenby’s Clothes Relevant Today?

Happy 78th birthday to George Lazenby today! Though Lazenby wore a few items as Bond or as Bond masquerading as Sir Hilary Bra...

Draco’s Dark Brown Pinwale Corduroy Sports Coat

Marc-Ange Draco, played by Gabriele Ferzetti in On Her Majesty's Secret Service, is one of the best-dressed characters of the...