Tag: Dressing Gown

A Light Blue Bathrobe in The Man with the Golden Gun

Light blue is a popular colour for James Bond’s shirts, swimming shorts and bathrobes. The light blue terrycloth—a.k.a. towelling—bathrobe is a James Bond stapl...

Never Say Never Again: Bond Borrows a Striped Bathrobe

When Bond arrives aboard Largo's yacht the Flying Saucer in Never Say Never Again, he's wearing a wet suit. He removes the wetsuit immediately and when he climbs o...

A Blue Bathrobe, Courtesy of Dr. No

James Bond wears many bathrobes and dressing gowns throughout the series, and they all started in Dr. No with the bathrobe Bond given after his decontamination sho...

A Blue Striped Dressing Gown of Shirting in Octopussy

Roger Moore may be known for his wide lapels, flared trousers and safari suits, but he also loved his dressing gowns and bathrobes. The dressing gown he wears in O...

Yukata at Tanaka’s Home

Of all the cultures James Bond visits, he outwardly shows the most appreciation for Japanese culture in You Only Live Twice. He follows many of the Japanese's cust...

Navy Silk Dressing Gown in Thunderball

James Bond briefly wears a navy silk dressing gown in Thunderball that he likely found in his large, luxurious room at the Shrublands health clinic. It has a sha...

Bond in a Women’s Bathrobe

Like most of Bond's bathrobes and dressing gowns, the bathrobe Bond wears in On Her Majesty's Secret Service is not his own. In fact, it's not even a men's bathrob...

Columbo’s Bathrobe in For Your Eyes Only

"It was a very amusing performance between you and the owner of this," says Bond, referring to Countess Lisl von Schlaf (played by Pierce Brosnan's wife Cassandra ...