Tag: Angelo Roma

Roger Moore’s Infamous Flared Trousers

Roger Moore's trousers in his 1970s James Bond films are notorious for their flared or bell-bottom legs. Though the flares were ...

Brioni and a Disciple, Angelo Roma

Brioni is very well-associated with making James Bond's suits in the five films from GoldenEye to Casino Royale, tailoring both P...

Two Lapel Buttonholes on a Double-Breasted Jacket

Why do double-breasted jackets and coats often have a buttonhole at the top of each lapel whilst single-breasted jackets and c...

Dinner Suit at Carnival in Moonraker

The black dinner suit by Angelo Roma in Moonraker is made in the same style as the midnight blue dinner suit from The Spy Who ...
Roger Moore Street People Light Grey Suit

Street People: A Grey Peaked Lapel Three-Piece Suit

Roger Moore's second film to feature the suits from Angelo Roma, the tailor who made the fashionable suits for The Spy Who Lov...
Moonraker Cream Suit

Arrival in Rio in a Cream Suit in Moonraker

In Moonraker, Bond wears a cream suit appropriate for his arrival in sunny Rio de Janeiro. The composition of the cloth is lik...

Tailoring for the Times: Roger Moore

ROGER MOORE (1973-1974, Cyril Castle) 1. Flared trousers: Flared trousers became popular with a certain crowd in the 1960s and ...

Ride to Atlantis in a Navy Blazer in The Spy Who Loved Me

In The Spy Who Loved Me, Roger Moore wears a very dark navy button two blazer that's almost identical to the one he wears two ...