Connery has been mentioned or cited more than a hundred times throughout all the RSS channels we monitor. Especially, the channel 'The Suits of James Bond' contains more than a dozen references to this person (or maybe different people with similar names) alone. As it’s displayed on the chart below, Connery was highly popular in July, 2016.
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[...] about black and brown together, Bond even wears black shoes with some of his brown suits. Sean Connery wears black shoes with his brown suits in Goldfinger and Thunderball. Though black shoes often [...]
[...] Cut suits that Mr Mason developed capture Sinclair’s ethos in a more modern way. Though Sean Connery’s suits were lightweight, they were only so by 1960s English tailoring standards. Globalisation [...]
[...] 1960s-inspired fashion trends, the clothes have some fundamental differences from the way Sean Connery dressed as James Bond in the 1960s. Craig’s outfits may seem very much like what Sean Connery [...]
[...] Sinclair, the first is a button two suit from 1954. This suit has a different cut than what Connery wore, with narrower shoulders, a closer-fitting chest and wider trouser legs. The second is a [...]
[...] read as wool on screen). Temime chose grey sharkskin and checked suits that recall what Sean Connery wore as James Bond in the 1960s. The colours of Craig’s suits are never too dark to overpower his [...]
[...] needed six months to make a suit, but fortunately for Lazenby he had made a checked suit for Sean Connery that Connery did not want. Lazenby happened to be a similar size to Connery, so Sinclair [...]
[...] introduced in Dr. No? A bathrobe A dinner suit (Tuxedo) A pea coat A business suit Correct Sean Connery wears a midnight blue dinner suit from Anthony Sinclair when he is introduced as the first James [...]
[...] to collapse under its own formula. In the first of his three final appearances as Bond, Sean Connery looks bored with the abundance of gadgetry and rice paper-thin plot. But it’s a fast, spectacular [...]