Sean Connery’s socialite granddaughters Samara and Natasha at charity fashion show in New York

Sir Sean Connery’s granddaughters Samara and Natasha have unveiled a new tartan in tribute to the late James Bond actor at the Dressed to Kilt fashion show in New York.

Originally co-founded by Connery, the original James Bond, the popular event returned last year after a coronavirus-related hiatus and was held last night at Long Island’s Mill Neck Manor.

During the show, Connery was honored with a new tartan designed especially for the actor with input from his family, which featured Samara and Natasha, 26, as models.

His co-founder of Dressed to Kilt, Dr. Geoffrey Scott Carroll, arranged the plan for the kilt produced by Glenisla Kilts with a tailored jacket and dress designed by Totty Rocks of Edinburgh.

Sir Sean Connery’s granddaughters Samara and Natasha have unveiled a new tartan to pay tribute to the late James Bond actor at New York’s Dressed to Kilt fashion show

Originally co-founded by Connery, the original James Bond, the popular event returned last year after a coronavirus-related hiatus and was held last night at Long Island's Mill Neck Manor (pictured in 2000)

Originally co-founded by Connery, the original James Bond, the popular event returned last year after a coronavirus-related hiatus and was held last night at Long Island’s Mill Neck Manor (pictured in 2000)

Dr Carroll said: ‘The creation of the new Sean Connery tartan was an all-Scottish collaboration.

Mark Gibson, a well-known tartan designer, worked with Lady Connery, his son Stephane and his granddaughters to create the tartan.

Scotland’s Lochcarron then wove the new tartan in their factories, and the final kilt was made by John Culbert of Glenisla Kilts.

Sir Sean co-founded the Dressed to Kilt (DTK) show in 2003 and without his personal support and involvement over the years, the show would not have achieved the massive success it has today.

His co-founder of Dressed to Kilt, Dr.  Geoffrey Scott Carroll, arranged the plan for the kilt produced by Glenisla Kilts with a tailored jacket and dress designed by Edinburgh Totty Rocks

His co-founder of Dressed to Kilt, Dr. Geoffrey Scott Carroll, arranged the plan for the kilt produced by Glenisla Kilts with a tailored jacket and dress designed by Edinburgh Totty Rocks

The show, which raises money for the Navy Seal Foundation and was livestreamed online, saw models don their gear in trendy kilts

The show, which raises money for the Navy Seal Foundation and was livestreamed online, saw models don their gear in trendy kilts

The show, which raises money for the Navy Seal Foundation and was livestreamed online, saw models don their gear in trendy kilts (left, a Union flag print and a quirky take on a more traditional Scottish outfit)

“He has helped us grow DTK into the biggest, most prestigious and most exciting Scottish show in the world. ‘

The debut of the kilt will be modeled after the runway by Sir Sean’s granddaughters Natasha and Samara Connery.

Scottish tartan designer Mark Gibson collaborated with his wife Lady Micheline Connery, son Stephane Connery and his granddaughters on the look.

The show is raising money for the Navy Seal Foundation and was livestreamed online.

During the show, Coonery was honored with a new tartan designed especially for the actor with input from his family, which featured Samara and Natasha as models.

During the show, Coonery was honored with a new tartan designed especially for the actor with input from his family, which featured Samara and Natasha as models.

Another model strode down the catwalk, wearing a huge sporran for the occasion

Another model strode down the catwalk, wearing a huge sporran for the occasion

Other less traditional outfits included a smart fitted jacket in a beige and gray tartan worn by a female model

Other less traditional outfits included a smart fitted jacket in a beige and gray tartan worn by a female model and a tweed ensemble

Other less traditional outfits included a smart fitted jacket in a beige and gray tartan (left) and a tweed ensemble (right)

According to LinkedIn, Samara is currently a student at New York University studying art history.

Earlier this year, Saskia, the cousin of Samara and Natasha, her family reason to celebrate.

The 25-year-old fashion designer — whose father is Sean’s stepson, Stephane — is engaged to Austrian banking heir Phillip Thomas Muhr, 31.

“We’re so glad we found each other and can’t wait to spend the rest of our lives together,” said Saskia after accepting Phillip’s proposal with a diamond ring in the Lyford Cay enclave in the Bahamas. where Sir Sean died aged 90.

“The exact place where we first met,” she adds, describing Phillip as “the love of my life, the man of my dreams and best friend.”

Meanwhile, the traditional Scottish trews were also featured at the show last night, with the model opting to wear a pair with a green velvet jacket.

Meanwhile, the traditional Scottish trews were also featured at the show last night, with the model opting to wear a pair with a green velvet jacket.

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