Tag: Outerwear

Swelled Edges: A Sporty Bond Detail

The swelled edge, also called a welted edge or quarter-inch stitching, is a traditional detail found on many of James Bond’s blazers, sports coats, sports suits and...

(00)7 Current Trends in James Bond’s Clothes

Daniel Craig's James Bond has followed fashion trends, popularised fashion trends and even set fashion trends. Of all the James Bonds, Roger Moore has long been kno...

From Tailors with Love: Episode 15 — The Bond Winter Wardrobe

This week Peter Brooker and I focus on James Bond's winter wardrobe. Considering the weather in much of the northern hemisphere this time of year, it's difficul...

(00)7 Essentials in James Bond’s Coat Closet

James Bond's coat closet is filled with a coat or jacket for every occasion. I am speaking of Bond's coat closet metaphorically because his true coat closet in Live ...

Gustav Graves in 1930s-Inspired Black Tie

As a part of his efforts to cultivate the appearance of a wealthy and extravagant Englishman, Gustav Graves (Toby Stephens) wears an elegant black double-breaste...

The Naked Face: A Tweed Balmacaan

For the final scene of Roger Moore's 1984 film The Naked Face, Moore wears a tweed balmacaan for a visit to a cemetery. Menswear author Alan Flusser defines the ...

Black Bridge Coat, Sunglasses and Gloves in Spectre

Over his black herringbone peaked lapel three-piece suit, James Bond wears a black double-breasted bridge coat that helps him fit in with the gangsters at Sciarra'...

The Grey Herringbone Track Stripe Suit and Navy Crombie Coat in S...

For visits to M's office and to Q's lab in Spectre, James Bond wears a grey herringbone track strip suit from Tom Ford. Spectre continues in the long history of ...