Villain

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...

Jaws: The Azure Double-Breasted Blazer

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

Silva: Cream Jacket and Printed Shirt

Raoul Silva, played by Javier Bardem in Skyfall, is one of the most flamboyantly-dressed villains, yet he's a well-tailored one. His cream silk jacket fits almost ...

Largo: The White Camp Shirt

Emilio Largo, dare I say the best-dressed villain in the Bond series, looks just as smart in casual attire as he does in tailored clothing. Largo's white camp shirt...

Kronsteen: The Navy Silk Jacket

Though Kronsteen, played by Vladek Sheybal in From Russia with Love, is one of the less memorable Bond villains, he is one of the more interestingly dressed. In hi...

Kristatos: The Classic Double-Breasted Dinner Suit

In For Your Eyes Only, Aris Kristatos, played by Julian Glover, contrasts James Bond's single-breasted, notched-lapel dinner suit with a double-breasted, peaked-la...

Largo’s Charcoal Suit and Camel Coat

The always well-tailored Emilio Largo, played by Adolfo Celi, is introduced in Thunderball wearing a very dark charcoal grey three-piece suit. If his eye-patch doe...

Le Chiffre’s Velvet Dinner Jacket

Although there was an attempt to make Mads Mikklesen's Le Chiffre in Casino Royale a less flamboyant villain, at the poker table he wears a flashy black velvet d...