Roger Moore’s appreciation for fine tailoring can be seen in Live and Let Die with a tailor’s visit to Bond’s hotel suite for a fitting. The tailor is played by an actor (at least I think so), but the basted suit jacket is made by Roger Moore’s tailor Cyril Castle (a “Cyril A. Castle” label can be seen when Bond takes off the jacket). The suit is made of brown wool with a red and purple printed lining.
The button two jacket has the same cut the same as the rest of the jackets in the film. Well, it’s not a button two jacket yet since no buttonholes are cut and no buttons are sewn. The jacket has lightly-padded shoulders and a clean chest. There are basted slanted pockets with flaps. The cuffs are also basted without any buttonholes. The jacket is made with a single vent, but Bond does not like it and reminds the tailor, “don’t forget the double vents.”
Bond’s tailor has brought along his assistant, who presents Bond with a selection of ties. Bond chooses a crocodile scale-like patterned tie to wear with the sports coat he wears in the following scenes, along with a few others for later. The rest of Bond’s outfit here follows with his beige basketweave sports coat.