In the ninth James Bond, The Man with the Golden Gun (1974), Roger Moore wears a mildly structured, six-button blazer with a naval heritage. The evolution of the blazer, however, is not so straight cut. Was the multipurpose jacket a mere alteration to the traditional Reefer style – through the introduction of buttons – or, was it an entirely new invention? Reach a decision via the link in our bio. Penned by G. Bruce Boyer.