Tag: Anthony Sinclair

The Relationship Between the Pieces of a Suit

Whether two pieces or three pieces, a suit is one garment and every piece of it must fit together. A suit should be tailored and styled to look unified and flow ...

James Bond in Oslo: George Lazenby Wearing Anthony Sinclair

Happy 77th birthday to George Lazenby! I visited Oslo, Norway last week for the James Bond in Oslo red carpet gala held on the 1st of September, at which Lazenby was...

Choosing Tom Ford vs Brioni vs English Bespoke

James Bond's suits over the past five decades have come from a variety of sources, each with their own benefits and drawbacks. The most notable providers of James Bo...

Roped Sleeve Heads on James Bond

Roped sleeve heads are something often mentioned on this blog. Often called a "roped shoulder", a roped sleeve head describes the bumped shape or ridge of the sl...

James Bond and the Gauntlet (Turnback) Cuff

Before we are introduced to James Bond’s face in Dr. No, we first see his dinner jacket’s satin silk gauntlet cuffs. The gauntlet cuff, also known as a turnback cu...

How James Bond Looks Masculine and Sophisticated in His Suits

Nobody else combines masculinity and sophistication in the way that James Bond does. The masculinity comes from looking as much like the ideal man from the western...

Is the Casino Royale Three-Piece Suit a Copy of the Goldfinger Su...

I don't know who started this, but the following quote ended up in Casino Royale's trivia section on IMDB: "The three-piece suit worn by James Bond at the end of t...

Basted for Bond: Examining Anthony Sinclair

"Basted for Bond" is a new series of infographics that examines the cuts and details of the jackets, trousers, waistcoats and coats made by the different tailors who...