Tag: Fashion Trends

Lazenby and Moore Style: Breaking Away from Connery

James Bond style on film started with Sean Connery, and naturally all Bond style that has come since is often compared to and frequently inspired by Connery's. The ...

Jacket Cuff Button Styles

Have you thought about how many buttons should be on the cuffs of your jacket? There are neither rules nor even general conventions that determine how many buttons...

Comparison: Grey Suits in Dr. No and Diamonds Are Forever

Anthony Sinclair tailored almost all of Sean Connery's suits in the James Bond series, from Dr. No in 1962 to Diamonds Are Forever in 1971. The overall cut of Conn...

Which of Bond’s most fashionable suits do you find least at...

As suggested by The Suits of James Bond reader "Le Chiffre," I am giving you the opportunity to vote on which of Bond's attempts to be sartorially fashionable you fi...

Tailoring for the Times: Pierce Brosnan

PIERCE BROSNAN (1995-1999)  1. Low button stance:  Except for on a button 2 suit in GoldenEye, the button stance is rather low. The button stance on a button 3 ja...

Tailoring for the Times: Timothy Dalton

TIMOTHY DALTON (1987) 1. Large shoulders: Timothy Dalton's suits in The Living Daylights come from a variety of sources, some fitting better than others. A few of...

Tailoring for the Times: Roger Moore

ROGER MOORE (1973-1974, Cyril Castle) 1. Flared trousers: Flared trousers became popular with a certain crowd in the 1960s and made it to mainstream fashion by th...

Tailoring for the Times: Sean Connery and George Lazenby

Every Bond has made some fashion concessions to the times they lived in, and some have more than others. In this series of articles we're going to take a look at eac...