The journey that followed twelve weeks of tailoring, several months of planning, fifty years of business development and two centuries of Savile Row history, drew to a close with the opening of the largest exhibition ever to have been staged by the Barbican Arts Centre in London.
The “Goldfinger Suit” at the Barbican
The response was satisfying:
“Sean Connery, looking devilishly dapper in his period Anthony Sinclair suit leaning on the DB5 at the show’s entrance” Daily Telegraph
“The Dr. No evening suit is the most important suit in cinematic history” GQ
“The Conduit Cut by Anthony Sinclair is the men’s equivalent of a Chanel suit” Vogue
The exhibition, “Designing 007: Fifty Years of Bond Style” continued to run on a five-year World Tour:
More info: http://www.barbican.org.uk/bie/designing-007