Anthony Sinclair

Midnight Blue Dinner Suit


On November 5th, 1962, James Bond made his first appearance on the silver screen wearing a midnight blue dinner suit by Anthony Sinclair. It was an image that came to define the character, and the suit looks as good today as it did 60 years ago.

To celebrate six decades of Bond style, the dinner suit has been recreated in the same midnight blue wool/mohair blend cloth with matching satin lapels, buttons and gauntlet cuffs.

This product is made-to-order. Please do not hesitate to Contact Us should you require further information.

Fabric: Midnight Blue, 9 1/2oz (290gm) Mohair, 75% Wool Worsted and 25% Mohair by Holland & Sherry, Woven in England

Jacket Style: Single breasted - one button, Shawl collar with satin facing, Straight jetted side pockets, Out breast welt pocket, Gauntlet cuff, Side vents, Four button cuffs, Natural shoulder, Roped sleevehead

Trouser Style: Flat front, Satin braid on outseam, Zip fly, Strap & buckle side adjusters, Braces buttons, Straight side pockets, One right hip pocket, Fob pocket, Plain bottoms

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