Tag: Found Items

Oversized Blue T-Shirt in Licence to Kill

Like all of Timothy Dalton's clothes in Licence to Kill, his royal blue t-shirt is a size too large. Or if judged by current fashions, Dalton's shirt is two size...

Two Bathrobes

In For Your Eyes Only, Bond wears two bathrobes aboard the research vessel Triana. After being painfully pulled through the water in his t-shirt and cotton trous...

The San Monique Dressing Gown

Most men don't travel with dressing gowns and instead wear the ones provided by the hotels they stay at. More often than not, the dressing gowns Bond wears are n...

Dressing for Heat in Vietnam: Blue Shirt in Tomorrow Never Dies

Though Pierce Brosnan didn't go too far into oversized 1990s fashions in his tailoring, the dark blue linen shirt he wears in Tomorrow Never Dies has a fashionab...
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The Barbour Sports Jacket in Skyfall

Skyfall's costume designer Jany Temime introduced a British icon to the Bond series: the Barbour jacket. Barbour is famous for its waxed cotton jackets, which ar...

Blue Alpine Skiing in On Her Majesty’s Secret Service

On Her Majesty's Secret Service puts Bond on skis for the first time. George Lazenby was not allowed to be on skis for insurance reasons, and all the skiing was ...

A Familiar Dinner Suit in Quantum of Solace

In Quantum of Solace, Bond found in a locker a perfectly-fitted dinner suit that was almost a copy of Bond's first dinner suit that Sean Connery wore to introduce ...

Scaramanga’s Dressing Gown

Most of the villains in the Bond films have expensive tastes, and Bond occasionally enjoys borrowing their possessions: their vehicles, their champagne, their wo...