Dr. No

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...

Strangways: A 1950s Silk Suit

Kingston-based British agent John Strangways, played by Timothy Moxon, is talked about far more than he is seen. He appears in the opening scene of Dr. No and is s...

Comparison: Suit Trousers in the First Two Bond Films

Throughout the 1960s, Anthony Sinclair tailored all of Sean Connery's suit trousers in the same style. They have double forward pleats, the traditional English-sty...

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...

M: The Double-Breasted Grey Flannel Suit

Ralph Fiennes isn't the first M to wear a double-breasted suit. Fifty years earlier in Dr. No, Bernard Lee wore his one and only double-breasted suit as M. Like ...

Foreman of Signals wears a cardigan

The Foreman of Signals in Dr. No, played by John Hatton, has proven to be a more memorable dresser for other people than he has been for me. After I posted about...

Grey Flannel Trousers

On the 51st anniversary of the release of Dr. No we look at Sean Connery's favourite complement to his navy blazers: dark grey flannel trousers. The trousers in ...

A Hot Summer Night

Some of us may be experiencing warm weather at this time of year. Whilst in Jamaica in Dr. No, James Bond sleeps in only white pyjama trousers. Like most, they h...