On Her Majesty's Secret Service

Bond in a Women’s Bathrobe

Like most of Bond's bathrobes and dressing gowns, the bathrobe Bond wears in On Her Majesty's Secret Service is not his own. In fact, it's not even a men's bathrob...

Comparison: The Button Three Double-Breasted Blazer

Reader TheLordFlasheart made the excellent suggestion of comparing similar outfits worn by different James Bonds throughout the series, so I had to find two outf...

The Plaid Ski Jacket

In On Her Majesty's Secret Service, Bond finds a plaid wool ski jacket—or maybe it's a ski lodge jacket—to wear over his blue ski suit. He wears it both for warm...

Equestrian Pursuits: A Houndstooth Tweed Jacket in On Her Majesty...

James Bond's second hacking jacket of the series is a bit more bold than the first one, but it is just as traditional. Goldfinger features Bond's first hacking j...

A Famous Photo of George Lazenby in Anthony Sinclair

The most well-known photos of George Lazenby as Bond come from a photo shoot of him leaning against a lamppost in London across the Thames from the clock tower—n...

The Navy Car Coat in On Her Majesty’s Secret Service

George Lazenby's car coat in On Her Majesty's Secret Service is a hybrid of different overcoat styles. It's a navy three-quarter length, double-breasted coat wit...

Lazenby’s Felt Hats

"007 never had any respect for government property," says Q in regards to Bond's trilby, implying that he supplies Bond's hats as well as his gadgets. Bond wears...

Draco: Black Lounge

Marc Ange Draco (Gabriele Ferzetti), the father of the bride, wears the most traditional version of black lounge at James and Tracy Bond's wedding. Like George L...