Villain

Drax: The Three-Piece Double-Breasted Suit

Though the most memorable pieces of Hugo Drax's wardrobe in Moonraker are his Mao jackets, his double-breasted, three-piece black flannel chalk stripe suit is perh...

Captain Nash’s Grey C-Crown Trilby

James Bond wears a different type of trilby than he ordinarily does during the climax of From Russia with Love with his dark grey pick-and-pick suit. It's actually...

Kamal Khan’s Navy Suit in Octopussy

Kamal Khan (Louis Jourdan) is introduced in Octopussy at Sotheby's wearing an elegant navy suit. The suit is made by the same tailor who made the dinner suit and g...

Emile Leopold Locque’s Questionable Suit

Questionable taste is often the sign of a villain. Emile Leopold Locque, played by Michael Gothard in For Your Eyes Only, wears a suit that's just as suspicious as...

Mischka’s Circus Outfit

James Bond's wardrobe in Octopussy is full of disguises, from the Colonel Toro uniform to the "Octopussy's Circus" jacket to the gorilla suit to the clown suit. Th...

In Memory of Richard Kiel: Jaws’s Chalk Stripe Suit in The ...

With great sadness, on Wednesday 10 September we lost Richard Kiel, the actor who twice played the henchman Jaws in The Spy Who Loved Me and Moonraker. I've never h...

Auric Goldfinger: The Brown and Gold Silk Dinner Jacket

Auric Goldfinger may just as well have said in this famous scene, "No Mr. Bond, I expect you to dye my dinner jacket a shade of gold." All of Goldfinger's clothes i...

Peter Lorre’s Le Chiffre

In the 1954 “Casino Royale” television play on CBS’s Climax!, the legendary Peter Lorre became the first actor to play Le Chiffre. Lorre wears a warm-weather dinne...