Formal Wear

The suit remains the centrepiece of the gentleman's wardrobe, and nobody looked better in bespoke finery than Sean Connery in the role of James Bond. The tailor for all of Connery's appearances as 007 was Anthony Sinclair, and his famous 'Conduit Cut' style features throughout our Formal Wear collection.

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Pictured: Conduit Cut Two-Piece Suit

Casual Wear

Even James Bond finds himself in situations that don't always call for fine tailoring, therefore our extended Casual Wear collection includes such staples as his favoured Sunspel 'Riviera' polos and fine-gauge knitwear from John Smedley. Here, you will also find casual-shirts, shorts, swimwear and sweats to perfectly suit your downtime.

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Pictured: Navy Riviera Polo Shirt


The Outerwear collection is designed to keep you covered for all occasions throughout the year, in all weathers. It includes the legendary Baracuta G9 Harrington, British Millerain waxed-jackets, the original Peacoat, classic Chesterfield overcoats, and the inimitable Motoluxe teddy-bear coat.

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Pictured: Motoluxe Teddy Bear Coats


The bare necessities, from belts and braces to underwear and umbrellas can be found in our Accessories collection. Neckties, pocket squares and cuffinks are available for formal occasions, with gloves, scarves and hats at the ready for whenever the situation demands.

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Pictured: Raiders Turn Beaver Poet Hat


Britain has a rich history of footwear production, centred mainly around Northamptonshire. The first reference to shoemakers in the county is Peter the Cordwainer, who is mentioned in early 13th century records. By 1401, Northampton had established a Guild of Shoemakers and from the 16th century the industry began to flourish.

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Pictured: Indiana Tan "Playboy" Chukka Boot