Tag: Flannel

Evelyn Tremble: A Bondian Grey Flannel Suit in Casino Royale

After Evelyn Tremble, Peter Sellers' character in the 1967 James Bond spoof Casino Royale, is given the name "James Bond", he is also given a fresh wardrobe so h...

A Dark Grey Flannel Suit in Jamaica in Dr. No

This blog previously covered the grey flannel suit in Dr. No, but not in much depth. The suit also shared the article with a suit of another cloth in the same cu...

The Saint: Charcoal Brown Double-Breasted Suit with an Ulster Col...

One year ago today, we lost one of the world's most stylish men, Roger Moore. Moore showed us how to dress for over a decade, in both classic and fashionable clo...

Commander of the Cloth, Part 3: Pierce Brosnan

Pierce Brosnan's James Bond wardrobe brought Bond's suits and coats up to the new standards of the 1990s. Lighter weights had become the standard in luxury Italian...

Commander of the Cloth, Part 2: Roger Moore

Continuing from where Sean Connery left off, Roger Moore's suits are made of many of the same types of fabrics that Connery's are. Like Connery, Moore wears a lo...

Commander of the Cloth, Part 1: Sean Connery

While the colours of James Bond's suits are evident in the films, the more specific fabrics or cloths that the suits are made from—known as suitings—and the compos...

Jim Fanning: Navy Worsted Flannel Suit and Bow Tie

Douglas Wilmer, who played Jim Fanning in Octopussy, died Thursday at the age of 96. Wilmer was best known for playing Sherlock Holmes in the 1965 television serie...

Bill Tanner: Double-Breasted Charcoal Flannel Suit

Though Bernard Lee's M generally wasn't a fan of double-breasted suits—but he wears one in Dr. No—his chief of staff Bill Tanner prefers them. James Villiers plays...