To celebrate the 60th Anniversary of Dr. No (1962), Turnbull & Asser have released a limited edition collection of pieces inspired by the first James Bond film.
The collection features a West Indian Sea Island Cotton variant of their classic blue Dr. No shirt worn by Sean Connery in the film and two silk pocket squares. Available globally, each product will arrive in unique 007 packaging.
Turnbull & Asser’s latest Dr. No shirt has been refined further to resemble the one featured in the original James Bond film in 1962. Now cut from a pale blue West Indian Sea Island cotton, the fabric used for the on-screen counterpart, this now-iconic design features Turnbull & Asser’s Dr. No cuffs and elegant Dr. No collar. Featuring mother-of-pearl buttons and crafted in our Gloucester workrooms from the same luxurious Turnbull methods, this limited-edition shirt is a stylish piece of cinema history.
Inspired by the poster artwork created by artist Boris Grinson for the films French release, the new detailed design is handmade and hand printed in England by a silk mill that has led the way in silk manufacturing for over 50 years. The pocket square features a black border and the Turnbull & Asser logo.
Inspired by the iconic Dr. No title sequence featuring a coloured dot motif created by Maurice Binder, this hand printed silk pocket square was drawn by hand, each circle is imperfect, giving each a unique characteristic.
The Limited Edition ‘Dr No’ Collection is now available from Turnbull & Asser and the 007 Store.