Bond is introduced to us in Dr. No wearing a midnight blue shawl-collar dinner suit. In the From Russia With Love pre-title sequence, James Bond (or rather a man wearing a James Bond mask) wears a very similar dinner suit from Anthony Sinclair, though it is not the same one as I previously though it was. The dinner jacket has a single-button front, jetted pockets and satin gauntlet cuffs with four buttons. The shawl collar is narrower and has less belly than the Dr. No dinner suit, giving this dinner suit a more modern look. It’s difficult to tell if this one has vents, but it probably does not. The trousers have double forward pleats. The pleat-front shirt has mother-of-pearl buttons and double cuffs, and the placket stitching suggests a maker other than Turnbull & Asser. The bow-tie is also different. Instead of the pointed ends from before, this bow-tie is a narrow batwing shape with straight ends, a very trendy look in the 1960s. Bond again wears a white linen handkerchief folded in his breast pocket.