Anthony Sinclair

Two-Piece Mid-Grey Mohair Suit

£1,250

The grey mohair suit worn by Sean Connery in "Dr No" (1962) prompts CIA operative Felix Leiter to ask, "Where did you get measured for this, bud?", to which Bond replies, "My tailor, Savile Row".

The suit was in fact made by Anthony Sinclair at his premises on Conduit Street (which runs perpendicular to the north end of Savile Row). The location led to Sinclair's tailoring style to become known as the Conduit Cut.

This recreation of the original design has been produced as part of a 60-piece collection to celebrate six decades of Bond style.

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

The suit may also be reproduced to customer's personal styling requirements as three-piece or two-piece in a wide variety of cloth options.

Fabric: Mid-Grey, 7.5oz (230gm), 15% Kid Mohair, 85% Super 100’s wool worsted by Holland & Sherry, Woven in Italy

Jacket Style: Single breasted - two button, Notch lapel, Straight jetted side pockets, Out breast welt pocket, Side vents, Four button cuffs, Natural shoulder, Roped sleevehead

Trouser Style: Pleated front, Zip fly, DAKS tab & button side adjusters, Braces buttons, Straight side pockets, Two hip pockets, Fob pocket, Plain bottoms

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