Sean Connery’s Bond is well known for his trilby. It has been said that the original hats came from James Lock & Co on St. James Street in London, but the style can still easily be found from most English hatters. The trilby is a felt hat with a short brim. The brim is usually only about 2 inches wide and sharply turned up at the back. The crown is short with a dent at the top and a pinch at the front. The grosgrain band at the base of the crown is narrow (less than an inch wide) and matches the colour of the hat. The example above from Dr. No was dark grey-brown, with the grosgrain band in a slightly tint. In From Russia With Love and Goldfinger he can be seen with another dark brown trilby, and he wears a grey-brown one similar to the Dr. No hat in Thunderball, but Lock can only confirm they provided the hat for Dr. No. Connery can last be seen carrying a trilby in You Only Live Twice. George Lazenby wore a navy blue trilby in On Her Majesty’s Secret Service, but his had a wider grosgrain ribbon. Connery wore his with either suits or blazers whilst Lazenby also wore his with a dinner suit and his wedding attire. Roger Moore brought back the trilby in the 1980s though he never actually wore one, only throwing his on the rack when entering the office.