From Russia With Love

James Bond vs The Saint: Two 1960s Conduit Street Suits

In the 1960s, the Sean Connery's James Bond film series and future Bond Roger Moore's television series The Saint had much in common. The Saint's first episode p...

Captain Nash’s English Clothing

Though we only see Captain Nash for a few seconds in From Russia with Love, he is a familiar character because his name is taken on by henchman Red Grant. Captai...

Kronsteen’s Mod-Inspired Tonik Suit

SPECTRE agent Number 5 Kronsteen, played by Polish actor Vladek Sheybal in From Russia with Love, is a natty dresser who is very comfortable in his own sense of st...

Not Mad About Benz’s tailor

"Not mad about his tailor, are you?" says Bond to Kerim Bey about Benz's suit. Benz is a Russian security agent played by English actor Peter Bayliss in From Russi...

Captain Nash’s Grey C-Crown Trilby

James Bond wears a different type of trilby than he ordinarily does during the climax of From Russia with Love with his dark grey pick-and-pick suit. It's actually...

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...

Kerim Bey: Light Grey Suit

Kerim Bey, played by Pedro Armendáriz in From Russia with Love, is not only one of the most charismatic characters of the James Bond series, but he is also one of ...

Kronsteen: The Navy Silk Jacket

Though Kronsteen, played by Vladek Sheybal in From Russia with Love, is one of the less memorable Bond villains, he is one of the more interestingly dressed. In hi...