Tag: Angelo Roma

Bond Wardrobe Review 11: Moonraker (1979)

Moonraker continues the overly trendy 1970s styles from The Spy Who Loved Me but frames them in more classic ways. Angelo Roma continued making the suits with the same wide lapels and wide flared trousers yet superb fit, and Frank Foster again made the shirts with long point collars and Lapidus tab cuffs.

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

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 ...

Khakis vs Khaki Trousers: James Bond’s More Sophisticated Choice

Cotton 'khakis' and chinos are not a substitute for smarter tailored wool, linen and cotton trousers in the same colours. The...

Gareth Owen on Roger Moore’s Clothiers Not Mentioned in Bond on Bond

My From Tailors with Love co-host Peter Brooker interviewed Roger Moore's former executive assistant and ghostwriter Gareth O...

The 12 Most Quintessential Roger Moore James Bond Outfits

Today we celebrate what would have been Sir Roger Moore's 90th birthday by looking back at twelve of the outfits that made his Jam...

Roger Moore: Blue Blazer Boss

Roger Moore had a uniform, and it wasn't the safari suit! It wasn't the dinner jacket or the trench coat either, though he lov...

Roger Moore’s Grey Flannel Suit in That Lucky Touch

After completing The Man with the Golden Gun, Roger Moore starred alongside Susannah York in a 1975 British-German movie film...

Poll: Which Tailor Dressed Roger Moore Best?

While Sean Connery had the consistency of being dressed by Anthony Sinclair for all six of his James Bond films, Roger Moore w...