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The 1989 Charcoal Suit in Licence to Kill

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Licence to Kill is a break from tradition for Bond, in both the story and the fashion. With the help of costume designer Jodi...

The Gun Club Check Sports Coat in The Living Daylights

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The gun club check is a popular pattern for country clothes, such as on the sports coat that James Bond wears in The Living Da...

Dalton’s Grey Herringbone Suit in The Living Daylights

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Timothy Dalton's first lounge suit of the series in The Living Daylights is a black and grey herringbone three-piece suit. Bon...

James St. John Smythe in the Country: A Grey Tweed Jacket

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In A View to a Kill, James Bond poses as a horse stable heir named James St. John Smythe. To look the part of a wealthy Engli...

Roger Moore’s Navy Chalk Stripe Suit in For Your Eyes Only

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For his visit to the office in For Your Eyes Only, Bond wears a navy worsted flannel chalk stripe three-piece suit made by Dougl...

The Narrow Pinstripe Suit in Moonraker

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Moonraker featured Roger Moore's first three-piece suit as Bond. For next twenty years after this through The World is Not En...

Bond Goes Hunting: A Brown Donegal Tweed Suit in Moonraker

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Roger Moore's suits in The Spy Who Loved Me and Moonraker changed in style from his first two Bond films to something more in ...

Charcoal Herringbone Suit for Dinner in The Man with the Golden Gun

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For dinner with Goodnight in The Man with the Golden Gun, James Bond wears a charcoal suit in a mini-herringbone weave that is i...