Tag: Suit

Double-Breasted Chalk Stripe Suit in The Man With the Golden Gun

James Bond's first suit in The Man With the Golden Gun is a double-breasted medium grey (with a hint of blue) flannel chalk stripe made by Cyril Castle. Roger Mo...

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...

Navy in New York: A Chesterfield Coat and Navy Suit in Live and L...

James Bond's navy cashmere double-breasted—slightly short—chesterfield coat with a velvet collar in Live and Let Die is a has many fans. The classic piece made b...

Light Grey Tropical Suit in Live and Let Die

Roger Moore was introduced as James Bond in Live and Let Die in 1973, a time when Bond's clothing somewhat reflected the fashions of the period. The 1970s fashio...

Pick-and-Pick Suit in The World Is Not Enough

For The World Is Not Enough, costume designer Lindy Hemming toned down James Bond's wardrobe and brought back the minimalism of Sean Connery's suits. The outfit ...

Pierce Brosnan’s Pinstripe Suit in The World Is Not Enough

For visiting the office in The World Is Not Enough, James Bond wears a dark charcoal three-piece suit with grey pinstripes. The grey stripes are hardly visible f...

The Black Three-Piece Suit in Diamonds Are Forever

The more traditionally-minded people think of the solid black suit as funeral wear. In Diamonds Are Forever, James Bond undercover as Peter Franks appropriately ...

Casino Royale: Train Travelling in a Subtly Striped Suit

Let me start out with a quote from Vesper Lynd in this scene: By the cut of your suit, you went to Oxford or wherever. Naturally you think human beings dress like...