Monthly Archives: October 2010

The Goldfinger Suit: A Three-Piece Glen Check

Let's go back to Goldfinger and take a look at everyone's favourite, the grey and white glen check, tropical-weight three-piece suit made by Anthony Sinclair. Ja...

Quantum of Solace Midnight Blue Suit

Let's take a break from the 1960s and take a look at what Bond was wearing just two years ago in Quantum of Solace. Starting in this film Bond wears suits by Tom...

The White Dinner Jacket in Goldfinger

Sean Connery's white dinner jacket in Goldfinger is just as iconic as the black dinner suit that introduced Bond in Dr. No, and there's no better choice of clothin...

The Brown Barleycorn Tweed Hacking Jacket in Goldfinger

For country pursuits there is nothing better than a tweed hacking jacket. James Bond's hacking jacket from Goldfinger is made up in a brown barleycorn, which loo...

Sean Connery’s Bond Suit Trousers

For this entry we will take a look at the trousers that made up all of Sean Connery's Anthony Sinclair suits from Dr. No to You Only Live Twice. These trousers a...

Sean Connery’s Dupioni Silk Suit in From Russia with Love

For this entry we will discuss the cut of Sean Connery's suit jacket. Many call this the "Conduit Cut", after tailor Anthony Sinclair's premises on Conduit Stree...

The Grenadine Tie

A staple of the Connery James Bond wardrobe is the dark solid tie. In Dr. No and From Russia With Love that tie was always a dark navy grenadine tie from Turnbull &a...

Cocktail (Turnback) Cuffs

Casino Cuff, Flowback Cuff, Neapolitan Cuff, Milanese Cuff, Portofino Cuff. Some even call it the "James Bond Cuff." You might know it as any of these names, but...