In Hong Kong in The Man with the Golden Gun, Bond wears a sporty silk or silk-blend suit made by Cyril Castle. Roger Moore says on the DVD commentary for The Man With the Golden Gun that Angelo made this suit, but it unmistakably has Castle’s cut and style. The cloth is semi-solid blue-grey and white with white stripes. Sometimes it looks light blue and sometimes it looks light grey, but in general it’s a cool grey. The suit is Cyril Castle’s standard button two style from that era, with slanted pockets, deep double vents and flared link-button cuffs. The chest is cut with a little drape, which is especially helpful here since silk doesn’t have much give. The lapels have swelled edges, making it a rather sporty suit. The trousers have a darted front, flared leg, and large coin pockets on both sides of the trousers accessed from just below the waistband.
The soft white cotton voile shirt made by Frank Foster has a spread collar, front placket and two-button cocktail cuffs. The matte navy tie has a rough texture that would suggest a linen and silk blend. The tie is knotted with a four-in-hand knot. Bond wears black slip-on shoes with an apron toe and side bit detail, possibly from Ferragamo or Gucci, as well as a black belt with a rounded, center-post brass buckle, most likely from Gucci.
Roger Moore wore this suit for a number of public apperances outside of The Man with the Golden Gun, like in this interview for The Spy Who Loved Me.