Tag: Douglas Hayward

Plastic Buttons

Plastic buttons are currently held to be less desirable than buttons made of natural materials, but when Sean Connery was James Bond in the 1960s they were the sta...

Frogmouth Pockets

Frogmouth pockets, also called western pockets or full top pockets, were popular on trousers in the 1960s and 1970s. As opposed to traditional on-seam or slanted p...

Happy Anniversary 007: Tan Trench Coat and Navy Suit

Though Roger Moore only carries a trench coat as James Bond in For Your Eyes Only, in the 1987 James Bond retrospective Happy Anniversary 007 he properly wears a...

Happy Anniversary 007: The Corduroy Trench Coat and Navy Blazer

Roger Moore takes a look back at twenty five years of James Bond films in Happy Anniversary 007, a compilation of Bond clips that aired in 1987 shortly before th...

Darted Trousers

The one style of trousers that people never talk about is the darted front. We always hear about pleats versus no pleats, but darts are left out. A dart is essen...

The Italian Job: A Suit for Michael Caine in the Hayward Style

We know Douglas Hayward as Roger Moore's tailor in the 1980's Bond films. But Hayward is even better known as Michael Caine's tailor and for his work in some of ...

Evelyn Tremble: Dinner Suits

In 1967's Casino Royale spoof, Peter Sellers plays a baccarat expert named Evelyn Tremble, who isn't the nattiest of dressers. But he's turned into one of the fi...
Octopussy Black Dinner Suit

Dinner with Kamal Khan: Notched Lapel Dinner Suit in Octopussy

In Octopussy, James Bond dresses for a dinner with Kamal Khan in a black notched lapel dinner suit in a wool and mohair blend by Douglas Hayward. One of Kamal Kh...