Tag: Terrycloth

Orlebar Brown’s 007 Collaboration

The British beachwear brand Orlebar Brown released a new James Bond collection today in collaboration with Bond film series company EON Productions. This is one...

A Light Blue Bathrobe in The Man with the Golden Gun

Light blue is a popular colour for James Bond’s shirts, swimming shorts and bathrobes. The light blue terrycloth—a.k.a. towelling—bathrobe is a James Bond stapl...

Bond in a Women’s Bathrobe

Like most of Bond's bathrobes and dressing gowns, the bathrobe Bond wears in On Her Majesty's Secret Service is not his own. In fact, it's not even a men's bathrob...

Two Bathrobes

In For Your Eyes Only, Bond wears two bathrobes aboard the research vessel Triana. After being painfully pulled through the water in his t-shirt and cotton trous...

Terrycloth Camp Shirt in Diamonds Are Forever

Sean Connery is reintroduced as a 1970's James Bond in Diamonds Are Forever wearing a ribbed terrycloth shirt. For Connery, terrycloth isn't limited to his plays...
Goldfinger Playsuit

The Infamous Terrycloth Playsuit in Goldfinger

If a man wears something made of terrycloth it's typically a robe. In honour of Sean Connery's birthday, we'll look at a more unusual piece of towel-wear, a ligh...

Terrycloth Bathrobe

When at Shrublands helath clinic in Thunderball, Bond wears some terrycloth garments provided by the clinic. His pale blue bathrobe has a narrow shawl collar, a pa...

Double Windowpane Dressing Gown in Live and Let Die

In the final scene of Live and Let Die, Bond wears a dressing gown in a terrycloth with a short pile. It has a base in white and red, which may have been achieved b...