Dr. No

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 ...

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...

From Tailors with Love: Episode 3 – Dr. No, Part 2

In the third episode of From Tailors with Love, Peter and I talk more about the clothes of Dr. No, my recent trip to London and the Bondian Brioni suits that Tom Cru...

From Tailors with Love: Episode 2 – Dr. No, Part 1

The second episode of From Tailors with Love is here, and Peter and I are talking about Dr. No and the latest Bond-related release from Orlebar Brown. You can downlo...

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...

A Dark Grey Flannel Suit in Jamaica in Dr. No

This blog previously covered the grey flannel suit in Dr. No, but not in much depth. The suit also shared the article with a suit of another cloth in the same cu...

A Blue Bathrobe, Courtesy of Dr. No

James Bond wears many bathrobes and dressing gowns throughout the series, and they all started in Dr. No with the bathrobe Bond given after his decontamination sho...

Strangways: A 1950s Silk Suit

Kingston-based British agent John Strangways, played by Timothy Moxon, is talked about far more than he is seen. He appears in the opening scene of Dr. No and is s...