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From Tailors with Love: Episode 8 – Interview with David Reeves

On the eighth episode of From Tailors with Love, I interview David Reeves, the Englishman who runs the English bespoke tailoring shop Reeves in New York City. Da...

Sean Connery’s Dinner Jacket and Knitted Tie at the Dr. No ...

56 years and a few days ago, Dr. No premiered on the fifth of October 1962 at the London Pavilion. To the black tie premiere, James Bond creator Ian Fleming was ...

Evelyn Tremble: A Bondian Grey Flannel Suit in Casino Royale

After Evelyn Tremble, Peter Sellers' character in the 1967 James Bond spoof Casino Royale, is given the name "James Bond", he is also given a fresh wardrobe so h...

From Tailors with Love: Episode 7 – Interview with Jany Temime

The 007th episode of From Tailors with Love features an interview with Skyfall and Spectre costumer designer Jany Temime. Before that, Peter Brooker of Human Researc...

Daniel Craig’s Tom Ford Dinner Suit in an Omega Promotion

Last month Omega released a new Seamaster Diver 300M watch with a photo of Daniel Craig submerged in water wearing a Tom Ford dinner suit. When we see Daniel Cra...

(00)7 Essential James Bond Shirts to Own

What do most of James Bond's formal shirts have in common? They are light in colour and almost always solid. There are some basic guidelines to follow when getting a...

From Tailors with Love: Episode 6 – Interview with Elliot M...

In the latest episode of From Tailors with Love, Peter Brooker of Human Research and I talk about Sean Connery's Crab Key clothes in Dr. No. We also discuss how Brio...
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How Sean Connery Set the Fashion Template for Future James Bonds

More so than the James Bond of Ian Fleming's pages, Sean Connery's James Bond set the template for how subsequent screen Bonds would dress. Terence Young, the di...

From Tailors with Love: Episode 5 – Interview with Richard Anders...

In the fifth episode of From Tailors with Love, Peter Brooker of Human Research and I talk about Sean Connery's suits and blazer in Dr. No. Pete also discusses his B...

The Spy Who Loved Silk

Though silk is the standard material for a neck tie, James Bond shows plenty of love to silk beyond ties. Silk is often considered one of the world's most luxuri...