Tag: Douglas Hayward

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...

Basted for Bond: Examining Roger Moore’s Douglas Hayward Cl...

The latest "Basted for Bond" infographic breaks down the jackets, trousers and waistcoats that Roger Moore wears in For Your Eyes Only, Octopussy and A View to a Kil...

Breaking Down a Douglas Hayward Suit

David Marlborough, a reader of The Suits of James Bond, kindly photographed his navy worsted flannel Douglas Hayward suit to be featured here. Douglas Hayward cut Ro...

The Naked Face: A Needlecord Suit

In the 1984 film The Naked Face, Roger Moore plays psychiatrist Judd Stevens who dresses in seasonal autumn clothing in the Anglo-American tradition. I previously ...

Assignment K: A Double-Breasted Suit by Douglas Hayward

Stephen Boyd stars as Philip Scott in the 1968 spy thriller Assignment K, and throughout the film he wears suits by Douglas Hayward. Douglas Hayward tailored Roger...

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 coats only have a buttonhole at the ...

Evelyn Tremble: The Gun Club Check Suit

Once Evelyn Tremble (Peter Sellers) becomes one of the many James Bonds in the 1967 spoof Casino Royale, he starts dressing better. His gun club check suit is an e...