Tag: Frank Foster

Button Cuffs

The button cuff, also known as the barrel cuff, is certainly the most forgettable of all shirt cuffs. They lack the personalisation that double cuff have from cuff...

The Lapidus Cuff

For The Spy Who Loved Me and Moonraker, Frank Foster made Roger Moore's shirts with a special kind of cuff: the tab cuff. Foster calls it the "Lapidus cuff", aft...

Open-Collar Shirts

For most people today, ties are limited to wearing only for special occasions. A formal shirt—dress shirt to the Americans—is meant to be worn with a tie, but it...

Anatomy of a Frank Foster Shirt

Frank Foster is mentioned a lot on here since he was Roger Moore's shirtmaker for many years, and he also made shirts for Sean Connery, George Lazenby and others...

The Quilted Gilet in For Your Eyes Only

Roger Moore wears a warm outfit for climbing up to St. Cyril's Monastery in For Your Eyes Only. He wear a brown hooded monk's robe but removes it to reveal a dar...

Professor Dent: Cocktails Cuffs Are Not Just For James Bond

Professor Dent's (Anthony Dawson) clothing has a few similarities to Bond's, but overall he dresses in a far more ordinary fashion. Dent's suit is a two and two ...

The Tan Safari Suit in Octopussy

None of Roger Moore's infamous safari suits are identical. The safari suit in Octopussy is one of the most classic, being in tan, and it doesn't have the flared 19...
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The Spread Collar

The standard collar amongst the English shirtmakers is the spread collar, and it's the collar Bond wears more often than not. If it's wider than a point collar a...