Goldfinger

Auric Goldfinger: The Brown and Gold Silk Dinner Jacket

Auric Goldfinger may just as well have said in this famous scene, "No Mr. Bond, I expect you to dye my dinner jacket a shade of gold." All of Goldfinger's clothes i...

Could it be herringbone flannel?

The exact cloth of Sean Connery's blue suit in Goldfinger and Woman of Straw is a difficult one to make out. It's a heavy cloth and has a mottled appearance, so it...

Q’s Town and Country Style

Who is wearing the trendier suit in Goldfinger, James Bond or Q? Except for narrow lapels and covered buttons, Bond's blue suit is classic in every way. Q's (Desmo...

Suede Derby Shoes in Goldfinger and Thunderball

The brown suede shoes that Sean Connery wears with his hacking jacket and cavalry twill trousers in Goldfinger and Thunderball are something people often ask me abo...

M: The Double-Breasted, Shawl Collar Dinner Jacket

For his dinner with Bond in Goldfinger, M wears the least dressy of all dinner jacket styles: the double-breasted, shawl collar dinner jacket. It's the type of d...

Odd Job: A Servant’s Uniform

Though not in his manner, Oddjob makes a convincing servant in his dress. He wears black lounge, the same type of outfit that Bond wears for his wedding. The bla...

Catch Me If You Can: The Goldfinger Suit Replica

After seeing Goldfinger, Leonardo DiCaprio's real-life character Frank Abagnale Jr. in Catch Me If You Can is inspired to have not one but three suits made just ...
Goldfinger Charcoal Flannel

On a Plane to Meet the President in a Charcoal Flannel Three-Piec...

The final scene of Goldfinger features Sean Connery in his second three-piece suit of the series, a charcoal grey woolen flannel. Bond believes he's on his way t...