In the late 1950's from his bespoke tailoring premises on Conduit Street in
Mayfair, Anthony Sinclair created a classic, pared down shape, which
became known as the Conduit Cut.
Sean Connery (seen with Anthony above) adopted the look, and wore Sinclair suits for all of his appearances as James Bond.
The style is timeless, and as fresh today as it was when 007 first stepped onto the screen in 1962.
Sinclair retired, his shears were handed down to his apprentice,
Richard W. Paine, who continues to work for the company today,
maintaining the standard of exemplary quality and style set by the