Tag: Douglas Hayward

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 is also given a fresh wardrobe so h...

Bond in Motion: James Bond’s Clothes on Display

Bond in Motion at the London Film Museum Covent Garden is the ultimate museum exhibit for James Bond fans, but it is one I have yet to visit. My friend Peter Bro...

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 James Bond style special. Twelve outfi...

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 buttons are created equal, and there are...

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 loved those too. The blue blazer was R...

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 was fitted by three different tailor...

Choosing Tom Ford vs Brioni vs English Bespoke

James Bond's suits over the past five decades have come from a variety of sources, each with their own benefits and drawbacks. The most notable providers of James Bo...

Bullseye!: A Double-Breasted Grey Chalk Stripe Suit

The 1990 Michael Winner film Bullseye! stars Roger Moore and Michael Caine as both a pair a nuclear physicists and a pair of con men who impersonate the physicists...