Tag: Safari Jacket

Roger Moore’s Safari Suit at Cannes in 1977

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On 20 May 1977, Roger Moore and Barbara Bach attended the Cannes Film Festival in Cannes, France to promote The Spy Who Loved...

Daniel Craig’s Vintage-Style Safari Suit in Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery

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In his first film since leaving the role of James Bond, Daniel Craig returns to the part of Detective Benoit Blanc in the 202...

Roger Moore’s Stone-Coloured Safari Suit from a Live and Let Die Still

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James Bond actors often have clothes made for their Bond films that are either cut from the film's wardrobe or are made to wear i...

Nomi’s Tom Ford Safari Jacket in No Time to Die

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James Bond is not the only 00-agent that Tom Ford dressed for No Time to Die. They also provided some clothes for Nomi, playe...

Safari Jackets, Safari Shirts and the Garments In-Between

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Roger Moore's James Bond loved his safari clothes in a number of different forms. On one end are the tailored safari jackets, on ...

Wearing a Shirt-Jacket Like James Bond

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The shirt-jacket, also known as a ‘shirt-jac’ or by the portmanteau ‘shacket’, can be described as a cross between a shirt and a ...

All-Khaki Sportswear in Licence to Kill

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In a brief scene at the Banco De Isthmus in Licence to Kill, Timothy Dalton's James Bond wears an all-khaki casual outfit. Co...

From Tailors with Love: Inside Frank Foster and Bond in Matera

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Last week when I was in London, I took Pete with me to visit my shirtmaker Frank Foster. Frank Foster is best known to Bond f...