Dr. No

Crab Key Island Wear: A Light Blue Polo in Dr. No

For his exploration on Crab Key, Bond wears a light blue cotton pique knit shirt tucked into light blue trousers. The polo shirt has a subtle horizontal stripe, rib...

The Plain-Weave Glen Check Suit for Hot Weather in Dr. No

Light-weight suitings are more often woven in a plain weave than a twill weave because a plain weave breathes better. With an equal number of ends and picks per ...

Sean Connery’s Three Navy Blue Blazers in Dr. No, Thunderba...

On a number occasions, Sean Connery's James Bond wears single-breasted navy blue blazers made by Anthony Sinclair, his usual tailor of Conduit Street in London. Th...

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...

Sean Connery’s James Bond Suit Trousers

For this entry we will take a look at the trousers that made up all of Sean Connery's Anthony Sinclair suits from Dr. No to You Only Live Twice. These trousers a...

An Introduction to the Suits in Dr. No

The budget of Dr. No allowed for three lounge suits for Sean Connery: one dark grey flannel (pictured above), one light grey mohair (pictured below) and one grey...
Dr. No Dinner Suit

The Shawl Collar Dinner Suit—Introducing Bond in Dr. No

Sean Connery's James Bond is introduced to us in 1962 in Dr. No wearing a traditional midnight blue shawl-collar dinner suit (tuxedo for the Americans) made by t...