The Blue Herringbone Flannel Suit in Goldfinger

Iconic scenes make for iconic clothes, and thus one suit from Sean Connery’s Bond films remains tremendously popular despite its limited screen time. When Bond visits Q-Branch in Goldfinger—the first time he visits the lab on screen—to learn that his Bentley has been replaced with an election-seat-fitted Aston Martin DB5,

(00)7 Reasons Why the Goldfinger Glen Check Suit Is So Iconic

2024 marks the 60th anniversary of Goldfinger, the film that cemented the Bond formula. If there's one suit in the James Bond...

Mr Solo’s Navy Mohair Suit in Goldfinger

In a film as iconic as Goldfinger, the smallest characters make tremendous impressions. Mr Solo, played by Martin Benson, is ...

Bond Wardrobe Review 3: Goldfinger (1964)

Goldfinger not only solidified the formula for the Bond films overall but also for Bond's look.

James Bond and the Unconventional Odd Waistcoat

Odd waistcoats—waistcoats or vests that contrast with a suit or jacket—are having a renaissance right now, but they are still...

James Bond’s Terry Cloth Towelling Clothes

Terry cloth clothes have taken off in popularity this summer. Past fashions always return, and the 1960s trend of wearing clo...

The (00)7 Most Iconic Sean Connery Bond Wardrobe Pieces

Sean Connery's Bond's wardrobe had a well-defined identity, with a certain consistency across his six EON Bond films. Though he h...

The N.Peal Cashmere Goldfinger Jacket, Waistcoat and Tie

Yesterday was Global James Bond Day, and for this special occasion cashmere brand N.Peal launched a 007 cashmere collection f...