Tag: Emma Porteous

General Pushkin’s Gun Club Check Jacket in The Living Daylights

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Gun club jackets were popular in the 1980s, and both Sean Connery and Roger Moore wore them in their personal life at the tim...

Bond Wardrobe Review 15: The Living Daylights (1987)

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Compared to the Moore films, Bond's clothes in The Living Daylights are more pedestrian. Dalton’s clothes are almost all ready-to-wear, which brings a realism to Bond’s wardrobe that we had never seen before. However, this also reflects Dalton’s lack of glamour in Bond.

Bond Wardrobe Review 14: A View to a Kill (1985)

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A View to a Kill is not only Roger Moore's final Bond film, it also completes a trilogy. It's the third and final of Moore's 1980s Bond films, the third and final of Moore's Bond films directed by John Glen and the third and final of Moore's Bond films tailored by Doug Hayward.

Bond Wardrobe Review 13: Octopussy (1983)

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A Dressing in Disguise: Octopussy maintained Bond’s conservative and classic style from For Your Eyes Only with tailor Doug Hayward and shirtmaker Frank Foster, but the film introduced a new costume designer to Bond series with Emma Porteous. While Porteous’ most notable contributions are in the Indian-inspired women’s costumes ...

Bond in Motion: James Bond’s Clothes on Display

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Bond in Motion at the London Film Museum Covent Garden is the ultimate museum exhibit for James Bond fans, but it is one I hav...