When it comes to on-screen men’s style icons, no one can hold a candle to James Bond. Over the past six decades, the suave superspy has been setting the standard for men’s fashion with his trademark cool sophistication in everything from turtlenecks to tuxedos, but one outfit stands above the rest: the gray three-piece suit from Goldfinger. That suit, like Sean Connery’s other 007 suits, was a “Conduit Cut” from London tailor Anthony Sinclair. Now, the modern incarnation of the Sinclair brand has resurrected the iconic suit as part of an exciting new James Bond collection.
These days, Anthony Sinclair is a subbrand of British men’s style destination Mason & Sons, and the brand has announced a new 60-piece collection celebrating the 60th anniversary of the Bond film franchise. The franchise kicked off with Dr. No in 1962, with Bond making his debut on screen in a Sinclair-tailored tuxedo. The items in the collection will consist of recreations of classic Sinclair designs as well as new collaborations with other British brands, to be released periodically over the next year. And the collection is off to a great start with the Goldfinger Suit. The three-piece Glen Plaid suit in mid-gray looks just like the one that Bond wore around Goldfinger’s compound in the 1964 film, and it’s in the same Conduit Cut with its natural shoulder, roped sleeve head, and slightly flared skirt.
The Anthony Sinclair Goldfinger Suit is cut from 100% Super 120s worsted wool from English mill Holland & Sherry, and it features all of the same details as its on-screen counterpart, right down to the authentic DAKS tab & button side adjusters on the trousers. Every Goldfinger Suit is made to order and is available exclusively through Mason & Sons for $2,050.