Bond’s Black Tie
Sean Connery first arrived on the silver screen as James Bond in 1962’s Dr. No, donning a classically tailored dinner suit. The shawl collar and all other silk trimmings on the suit were crafted in midnight blue satin silk, and the single-breasted dinner jacket fastened at the front with a single button. The white shirt had a pleated front, cutaway collar and double cuffs, and the trousers had double forward pleats.
The legendary look was finished off with its essential bow-tie and pocket square. The former had diamond pointed ends, and his breast pocket held a folded white linen pocket square.