Dr. No

A Light Grey Mohair and Wool Suit in Dr. No

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

A Dark Grey Flannel Suit in Jamaica in Dr. No

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This blog previously covered the grey flannel suit in Dr. No, but not in much depth. The suit also shared the article with a s...

A Blue Bathrobe, Courtesy of Dr. No

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

Strangways: A 1950s Silk Suit

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Kingston-based British agent John Strangways, played by Timothy Moxon, is talked about far more than he is seen. He appears in t...

Comparison: Suit Trousers in the First Two Bond Films

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Throughout the 1960s, Anthony Sinclair tailored all of Sean Connery's suit trousers in the same style. They have double forward ...

Comparison: Grey Suits in Dr. No and Diamonds Are Forever

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Anthony Sinclair tailored almost all of Sean Connery's suits in the James Bond series, from Dr. No in 1962 to Diamonds Are Foreve...

M: The Double-Breasted Grey Flannel Suit

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Ralph Fiennes isn't the first M to wear a double-breasted suit. Fifty years earlier in Dr. No, Bernard Lee wore his one and on...

Foreman of Signals wears a cardigan

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The Foreman of Signals in Dr. No, played by John Hatton, has proven to be a more memorable dresser for other people than he ha...