Tag: Suit

A First Look at the Bond 25 Suit Style

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Lazenby and Moore Style: Breaking Away from Connery

James Bond style on film started with Sean Connery, and naturally all Bond style that has come since is often compared to and frequently inspired by Connery's. The ...

The One-Button Suit

Most lounge jackets—suit jackets, blazers and sports coats—have two or three buttons down the front, and this has been the standard for single-breasted suits an...

The Degrees of Suit Formality

Not all suits share the same level of formality. The formality of a suit is determined primarily by the suit's cloth but also by the colour, the number of pieces, t...

Dr. Kananga’s Tan Suit in Live and Let Die

Live and Let Die's villain Dr. Kananga may not be into flashy 1970s trends as much as his alter ego Mr. Big, but even as himself he liked wearing creative cloth...

James Bond’s Suit Linings

Of all the details of James Bond's suits, the one we likely pay the least attention to is the lining. Bond's suit linings generally do not draw attention; they ...

General Gogol’s Grey Suit in The Spy Who Loved Me

James Bond's ultimate "frenemy" is the KGB general Anatol Alexis Gogol, who appears in six Bond films as an unlikely ally to Bond or as someone from the opposin...

Sean Connery’s Suits in Woman of Straw vs Goldfinger

Woman of Straw is one of the most significant films in the history of James Bond clothing. Why would a film that isn't a James Bond film be important to James Bond c...