Diamonds Are Forever

A Mostly Classic Ivory Dinner Jacket in Diamonds Are Forever

Whilst an ivory dinner jacket is appropriate in a Monte Carlo casino, it's not so appropriate in a Las Vegas casino unless you're James Bond. Bond wears one in Dia...

Comparison: Grey Suits in Dr. No and Diamonds Are Forever

Anthony Sinclair tailored almost all of Sean Connery's suits in the James Bond series, from Dr. No in 1962 to Diamonds Are Forever in 1971. The overall cut of Conn...

An Unused Brown Pinstripe Suit from Diamonds Are Forever

Clothes are often made for film productions that are either never used or made as a gift for the stars. Diamonds Are Forever features a staggering seven lounge s...

James Bond’s Brogues

The full brogue is a versatile shoe that can be worn from casual wear to business wear. The full brogue is set apart from lesser brogues by the wing tip. It has ...

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...

Almost Never Button the Bottom Button

Sean Connery's tailoring in his Bond films is often admired for its clean, simple lines and limited colour scheme. But wearing suits didn't come naturally to Con...

A Velvet Dinner Jacket for a Private Dinner

The velvet dinner jacket fits somewhere between a regular dinner jacket and a smoking jacket. James Bond wears a navy velvet dinner jacket for a private dinner f...
Diamonds Are Forever Plaid Jacket

Checked Tweed in Vegas in Diamonds Are Forever

Though suitable for winter nights in Las Vegas, for the most part a tweed jacket is out of place there. Bond wears a plaid tweed in tan, black and red during his...