Tag: Dimi Major

Bond Wardrobe Review 6: On Her Majesty’s Secret Service (1969)

A Fresh Look for the Other Fella. On Her Majesty's Secret Service marks the not only the first instance in the James Bond series of a new Bond actor but also a new tailor for Bond. George Lazenby replaced Sean Connery and Dimi Major replaced Anthony Sinclair.

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...

An Order Form from On Her Majesty’s Secret Service

For On Her Majesty’s Secret Service, Dimi Major of Fulham, London tailored all of George Lazenby's suits, jackets and trousers, e...

A Guide to English Bespoke Suit Style

There is nothing else like an English bespoke suit. Ready-to-wear and made-to-measure suits from English brands may look simi...

From Tailors with Love: Episode 18 — Mark Powell, plus a Bond suit for sale

On this week's podcast Pete interviews legendary clothing designer Mark Powell, who runs a famous tailoring shop in Soho, Lon...

Evelyn Tremble: A Bondian Grey Flannel Suit in Casino Royale

After Evelyn Tremble, Peter Sellers' character in the 1967 James Bond spoof Casino Royale, is given the name "James Bond", he ...

The Button Three Lapel Roll

Three is the most traditional number of button for the front of a suit jacket or sports coat. Not all jackets with three butt...

On Her Majesty’s Secret Service Style: Are George Lazenby’s Clothes Relevant Today?

Happy 78th birthday to George Lazenby today! Though Lazenby wore a few items as Bond or as Bond masquerading as Sir Hilary Bra...