Goldfinger

Goldfinger Playsuit

The Infamous Terrycloth Playsuit in Goldfinger

If a man wears something made of terrycloth it's typically a robe. In honour of Sean Connery's birthday, we'll look at a more unusual piece of towel-wear, a ligh...

The Original Gun Barrel

Stuntman Bob Simmons was the first man to appear as Bond in the Bond films. Simmons appears in the famous gun barrel sequence opening in Dr. No, and the footage is...

Dark Brown Shadow Stripe Suit in Goldfinger

In the famous scene in Fort Knox in Goldfinger, Bond wears two-piece suit tailored by Anthony Sinclair in brown—or a weave of brown and black—with a subtle, clos...

The Brown Trilby

In the first four James Bond films, Sean Connery's Bond wears or carries a brown felt trilby hat. Lock & Co. Hatters takes credit for the trilby in Dr. No, b...

Black as Night: A V-Neck Jumper and Polo in Goldfinger

Goldfinger is the first time Bond goes out at night camouflaged in black. Black is the natural choice of clothing to wear if one wants to stay hidden at night si...

The Blue Herringbone Flannel Suit in Goldfinger

Bond visits Q-Branch in Goldfinger wearing a dark blue button two suit made by Anthony Sinclair. The cloth has a mottled appearance and is fairly heavy, probably...

The Notched Lapel Dinner Jacket in Goldfinger

The notched lapel dinner jacket gets a lot of hate from clothing aficionados, however Bond has worn a notched lapel dinner jacket on a number of occasions. In al...

Goldfinger Suit Article Updated

I've updated the article on Sean Connery's three-piece grey plaid suit from Goldfinger with more detailed information on the fabric and a diagram of the fabric. This...