The Spy Who Loved Me

Bond Wardrobe Review 10: The Spy Who Loved Me (1977)

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The 1970s takes on new meaning with Roger Moore's wardrobe in The Spy Who Loved Me. The film's style is defined by wide lapels, gargantuan flared trousers, large shirt collars and Ted Lapidus-inspired tabbed shirt cuffs. Moore left his former tailor Cyril Castle behind ...

Max Kalba’s White Dinner Jacket in The Spy Who Loved Me

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Max Kalba, the owner of the Mojaba Club played by Vernon Dobtcheff, is an interestingly dressed minor character and a memorab...

General Gogol’s Grey Suit in The Spy Who Loved Me

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James Bond's ultimate "frenemy" is the KGB general Anatol Alexis Gogol, who appears in six Bond films as an unlikely ally to ...

In Memory of Richard Kiel: Jaws’s Chalk Stripe Suit in The Spy Who Loved Me

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With great sadness, on Wednesday 10 September we lost Richard Kiel, the actor who twice played the henchman Jaws in The Spy Who L...

Jaws: The Azure Double-Breasted Blazer

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Jaws, played by the 7'2" Richard Kiel, should be one of the scariest Bond villains, considering his imposing size and fierce met...

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...

Navy Battle Dress

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The Spy Who Loved Me has Bond wearing the most naval clothing of any film in the series. Not only does Bond wear a dress unifo...
The Spy Who Loved Me Bogner Ski Suit

The Yellow Ski Suit in The Spy Who Loved Me

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The most iconic ski suit of the Bond series would have to be the bright yellow jumpsuit from The Spy Who Loved Me's pre-title ...