Sean Connery

The Avengers (1998): Sean Connery’s Teddy Bear Suit

If Sean Connery's red outfit from Zardoz—something I left few words about on this blog in honour of Sean Connery's 83rd birthday—is the most absurd getup Sean C...

Sean Connery’s Dinner Jacket Sold at Auction

On 6 Mar 2007, Bonhams in Knightsbridge offered for auction a dinner suit that they wrote was the dinner jacket that Connery wears in Thunderball. Their lot det...

James Bond and the Tie Clip

A 1960s trend that has resurfaced in recent years along with the skinny tie, the tie clip is piece of men's jewellery that adds a bit of fun and a unique elegan...

Collars Royale: Turnbull & Asser

In a new graphic series called "Collars Royale", I break down the styles of the shirts James Bond wears, starting with the first shirt brand that Bond wears, Turnbul...

Sean Connery’s Suits in Woman of Straw vs Goldfinger

Woman of Straw is one of the most significant films in the history of James Bond clothing. Why would a film that isn't a James Bond film be important to James Bond c...

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 ...
Dr. No Dinner Suit

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...

A Light Grey Mohair and Wool Suit in Dr. No

Sean Connery's light grey mohair suit from Dr. No was previously covered here, but it shared a post with another suit in the same cut with the same details. Sinc...