Sean Connery

Never Say Never Again: Bond Borrows a Striped Bathrobe

When Bond arrives aboard Largo's yacht the Flying Saucer in Never Say Never Again, he's wearing a wet suit. He removes the wetsuit immediately and when he climbs o...

James Bond and Double Cuffs

The double cuff, also known as the French cuff, is a type of shirt cuff that folds back on itself and fastens with cufflinks. The double cuff is the most formal ty...

How James Bond Wears a Suit for Evenings Out

Though James Bond is known for wearing black tie in the evening, most people don't regularly attend such formal events. Bond sometimes goes out for less formal o...

A Blue Bathrobe, Courtesy of Dr. No

James Bond wears many bathrobes and dressing gowns throughout the series, and they all started in Dr. No with the bathrobe Bond given after his decontamination sho...

James Bond’s Warm-Weather Black Tie Etiquette

After 30 years, James Bond will once again be wearing an ivory dinner jacket in Spectre. Bond started a tradition of often wearing an ivory dinner jacket in warm c...

What Kind of Underwear Would Bond Wear?

We see James Bond in swimming trunks, pyjamas and dressing gowns, but we never see James Bond in his underwear in the films. There's a slight peak of it in Casin...

The Rock: Sean Connery’s Navy Three-Piece Suit

A happy 85th birthday today to Sean Connery. In The Rock, Sean Connery plays John Mason, a British national who escaped from Alcatraz. The Mason character was writ...

Is the Casino Royale Three-Piece Suit a Copy of the Goldfinger Su...

I don't know who started this, but the following quote ended up in Casino Royale's trivia section on IMDB: "The three-piece suit worn by James Bond at the end of t...