Sean Connery

Country Suit at the Office: Brown Houndstooth Check in Goldfinger...

Whilst Sean Connery always wears beautiful suits during his tenure as James Bond, he wasn't always most appropriately dressed. For his visit to M's office in Goldfi...

The Knitted Silk Tie

Previously we discussed the woven grenadine tie, something unrelated to the tie that we will look at now. The knitted tie is tube of knitted silk with a straight hem...

The Lock Trilby in Dr. No

Sean Connery's Bond is well known for his trilby. It has been said that the original hats came from James Lock & Co. Hatters on St. James Street in London, b...

The Ankle Boot

In Thunderball, Bond wears a short black boot with his suits. It might be more appropriate to call it a tall shoe as it hardly reaches the ankle. It has no laces b...

The Grey Flannel Three-Piece Suit in Thunderball

The flannel suit is something not often found off the rack in stores today. Most people are looking for lightweight suits and flannel is usually a heavier fabric...

The Goldfinger Suit: A Three-Piece Glen Check

Let's go back to Goldfinger and take a look at everyone's favourite, the grey and white glen check, tropical-weight three-piece suit made by Anthony Sinclair. Jame...

The White Dinner Jacket in Goldfinger

Sean Connery's white dinner jacket in Goldfinger is just as iconic as the black dinner suit that introduced Bond in Dr. No, and there's no better choice of clothin...

The Brown Barleycorn Tweed Hacking Jacket in Goldfinger and Thund...

For country pursuits there is nothing better than a tweed hacking jacket and heavy twill trousers. The perfect setting and modern take on the traditional English c...