Tag: Frank Foster

Bond Wardrobe Review 9: The Man with the Golden Gun (1974)

The Man with the Golden Gun's wardrobe review immediately follows Live and Let Die's because the wardrobes go hand-in-hand. Cyril Castle's second and final turn at tailoring James Bond ties up some loose ends from the previous film in the form of a black tie look.

Bond Wardrobe Review 8: Live and Let Die (1973)

Drinking bourbon instead of a vodka martini and smoking cigars instead of cigarettes famously differentiated Roger Moore’s first appearance as James Bond in Live and Let Die from his that of his two predecessors, but his sartorial style was different from the previous Bonds’ styles as well.

A Guide to Designing a Cocktail Cuff

The cocktail cuff is not a monolith. The cuff that Sean Connery, Roger Moore and Daniel Craig have immortalised in eleven James B...

Bond Wardrobe Review 6: On Her Majesty’s Secret Service (1969)

A Fresh Look for the Other Fella. On Her Majesty's Secret Service marks the not only the first instance in the James Bond series of a new Bond actor but also a new tailor for Bond. George Lazenby replaced Sean Connery and Dimi Major replaced Anthony Sinclair.

Bond Wardrobe Review 3: Goldfinger (1964)

Goldfinger not only solidified the formula for the Bond films overall but also for Bond's look.

Learning from Bond: Blue on Blue with a Suit

Last week when I attended a wedding during a heatwave in Southern California, I was tasked to put together an outfit that was...

The (00)7 Times James Bond Wears Pink

James Bond primarily wears typically masculine colours and shades like blue, grey and black, but he's not opposed to wearing pink...

The Semi-Spread Collar: A Classic James Bond Collar

There’s one shirt collar that looks good on every man and never goes out of style: the semi-spread collar. The semi-spread co...