Miscellaneous

The Suits of James Bond has a new look!

The Suits of James Bond is now redesigned with a fresh look. The blog's refreshed design makes it easier to navigate the most recent posts on the homepage, along wit...

Woman of Straw: A Pastel Blue Blouson and Polo Neck

Sean Connery's 1964 film Woman of Straw served as the source of most of his tailored clothing in Goldfinger. However, most of his casual clothes in this film did...

Bond Style Tips in Executive Style

Check out a brief article by Sydney Morning Herald journalist Stephen Lacey about James Bond's style at Executive Style, featuring quotes from myself: http://www.exe...

Rittenhouse Costume Cards

As many of you may know, Rittenhouse has sold "costume cards" of actual wardrobe clippings from the James Bond series. These include not only cards of James Bond's...

Suggestions

Even though I've now written about all of James Bond's tailored clothing, there are plenty more things to cover. There is still a wealth of Bond's non-tailored clo...

My Lock Hats

Sean Connery wears a number of trilby hats in his first five Bond films, and at least the hat in Dr. No is identified as being from Lock & Co. Hatters. The c...

Interview on Nouveau Vintage

You might be familiar with Jovan Gauthier's name through some of the many online menswear communities he participates in or through the comment areas on this site. B...

Grenadine Garza Fina Weave

When I made the illustration of grenadine garza grossa silk—the type of silk most of Sean Connery's Bond ties were made from—I figured I should also do the other...