James Bond’s original tailor has just reissued the iconic ‘Goldfinger’ suit


When it comes to style, can anyone really beat James Bond? And presenting you with a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to ape the icon himself is Anthony Sinclar with the reissue of the uber-chic ‘Goldfinger’ suit. Yes, you heard that right!


The gray three-piece suit is a “Conduit Cut” from London tailor Anthony Sinclair. And as part of the novel issue, the brand is set to release a 60-piece collection celebrating the 60th anniversary of the Bond film franchise.

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Items in the collection will feature recreations of classic Sinclair designs as well as new collaborations with other British brands. Each of them will be released in intervals over the next year, with the first in line being the Goldfinger Suit.


Similar to the one Bond wore around Goldfinger’s compound in the 1964 film, the three-piece Glen Plaid suit in mid-gray comes with its natural shoulder, roped sleeve head, and slightly flared skirt. It is made from 100% Super 120s worsted wool from English mill Holland & Sherry and features the same specifications as Bond’s own suit.

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Complete with authentic DAKS tab & button side adjusters on the trousers, each Goldfinger Suit (available in either a slim or regular fit) will be made to order and can be procured through Mason & Sons for a cool $2,050. If sophistication and good taste is what you’re looking for, this one is for you!

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[Via: Mason and Sons]

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