Tailoring

A Bespoke Anthony Sinclair Wedding Dinner Suit — Part 2: Cut and ...

In the Part 1 in this series on my midnight blue wool-and-mohair wedding dinner suit I described the process that led to me to getting this dinner suit for my w...

A Bespoke Anthony Sinclair Wedding Dinner Suit — Part 1: Deciding...

Last month I was married in a bespoke midnight blue Anthony Sinclair dinner suit from Mason & Sons. Anthony Sinclair was the London tailor who made all of Sean ...

Lazenby and Moore Style: Breaking Away from Connery

James Bond style on film started with Sean Connery, and naturally all Bond style that has come since is often compared to and frequently inspired by Connery's. The ...

The One-Button Suit

Most lounge jackets—suit jackets, blazers and sports coats—have two or three buttons down the front, and this has been the standard for single-breasted suits an...

The Degrees of Suit Formality

Not all suits share the same level of formality. The formality of a suit is determined primarily by the suit's cloth but also by the colour, the number of pieces, t...

The New York City Bond Experience

Photo by The Bond Experience. This weekend I was a member of a New York City James Bond tour led by the renowned David Zaritsky of The Bond Experience, including...

The Effect of Small Changes in a Silhouette

Most tailors have a house style that defines both the silhouette of their suits and how they execute the small details. Tailors have a house style for numerous reas...

What Is Worsted Wool?

The Oxford Dictionaries have two definitions for "worsted". The first describes worsted yarn: "A fine smooth yarn spun from combed long-staple wool." The second...