Tag: Blouson

Woman of Straw: A Pastel Blue Blouson and Polo Neck

Sean Connery's 1964 film Woman of Straw served as the source of most of his tailored clothing in Goldfinger. However, most of his casual clothes in this film did...

The Zorin Industries Blouson in A View to a Kill

To blend in at Max Zorin's mine in A View to a Kill, James Bond discards his brown leather blouson for a Zorin Industries blouson that he steals. The waist-lengt...

The Navy Blouson in Octopussy

My 400th post features yet another one the many blousons that Roger Moore wore in his 1980's James Bond films. The navy zip-front blouson in Octopussy has a shir...

The Leather Blouson in A View to a Kill

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, de...

Arrival in Cortina d’Ampezzo: A Shearling Blouson in For Yo...

James Bond arrives in Cortina d'Ampezzo in For Your Eyes Only wearing a very warm shearling blouson, similar to a flight jacket. The outside is light brown suede s...

One of Columbo’s Men: Navy Outfit in For Your Eyes Only

After Bond is taken in by Columbo's men in For Your Eyes Only, they give him clothes to change into from his dinner suit. He wears three pieces in light navy: a bl...

Perforated Suede Blouson in A View to a Kill

In A View To a Kill, Bond wears a grey suede blouson with perforated panels in San Francisco. The jacket was made by Leather Concessionaires, who are better known ...

The Beige Blouson in The Living Daylights

In The Living Daylights James Bond wears a beige blouson and chinos in Tangier. The blouson looks like a synthetic fabric or cotton/synthetic blend with elastic rib...