Tag: Silk

Moonraker Cream Suit

Arrival in Rio in a Cream Suit in Moonraker

In Moonraker, Bond wears a cream suit appropriate for his arrival in sunny Rio de Janeiro. The composition of the cloth is likely silk or a silk and linen blend,...

Double-Breasted Off-White Dinner Jacket in The Man with the Golde...

Roger Moore wears his first of three off-white dinner jackets in The Man with the Golden Gun. This dinner jacket is very close to being white, though it's still not...

Casual in Cream in The Man with the Golden Gun

In The Man with the Golden Gun, Bond infiltrates Hai-Fat's estate posing as Scaramanga, wearing an outfit of all cream. Scaramanga was known for dressing in white,...

The Light Brown Silk Suit in The Spy Who Loved Me

Last year we looked at the elephant grey silk suit Bond wears in Moonraker. In The Spy Who Loved Me, Bond wears an identical suit from Angelo Roma in light brown...

The Tan Basketweave Sports Coat in Live and Let Die

Moore's famous sports coats started with this one, a button two in a fancy tan basketweave or hopsack weave. I'm not sure what the fabric content is, but I would...

The Saint: The White Silk Dinner Jacket

After my first entry covering The Saint was well received, here's another from episode 2 of series 5 called "Interlude in Venice." This episode is notable for feat...

The Elephant Grey Silk Suit in Moonraker

When James Bond arrives in Venice in Moonraker he wears an dupioni silk suit in elephant grey. Dupioni silk is both shiny and slubby, and it's a great fabric for...

The Double-Breasted Dark Grey Silk Suit in Live and Let Die

At the end of Live and Let Die, James Bond wears a double-breasted suit by Mayfair tailor Cyril Castle made in dark grey dupioni silk. This is Bond's first doubl...