In the 1980s Bond started wearing leather jackets, an item he’s worn as recently as Skyfall. In A View to a Kill it’s a dark brown, zip-front leather blouson, detailed with narrow leather straps. Shoulder straps go over the top of the shoulder seam and button down to shorter straps attached to the sleeve. A strap continues lengthwise down the sleeve to about six inches from the base of the sleeve, where another strap starts and buttons to the cuff. There is also a strap down each side of the front of the jacket under the front yoke, ending at vertical welt pockets. The jacket has a stand-up collar with an extended tab on the left side to close over the other side. The back has inward-facing side pleats below the yoke.
The pale blue shirt, probably oxford cloth, is made by Frank Foster and has a button-down collar, front placket and rounded, single-button cuffs. The charcoal flannel trousers have a flat front and plain bottoms. The trousers are worn with a black leather belt, and the shoes are black slip-ons with a moccasin toe, half strap and leather soles, Moore’s usual shoes for his later Bond films. The socks are black.
This jacket is on display at the Dezer Collection, and you can find out more about it on the From Tailors with Love blog.