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James Bond Exhibition Clothing shoes, tie, cufflinks, sunglasses that were worn by Daniel Craig James Bond in the movies Casino Royale, Quantum Of Solace, Skyfall, Spectre      bond_clothes.htm

ORLEBAR BROWNS worn by Daniel Craig as James Bond in Skyfall

As worn by Daniel Craig as James Bond in Skyfall. The Setter was one of our original four at launch and is still our signature 'shorter' short. Taking their cues from a man’s pair of trousers, the OB Classic Swim Shorts come with side fasteners to adjust for the perfect fit.

James Bond movie 2012 Skyfall pool in London Jaimes Bond swiming. Bond location.

Four Seasons Hotel at Canary Warf Daniel Craig as Bond 2012 James Bond movie 2012 Skyfall pool in London Jaimes Bond swiming. Bond location.


The shorts worn by James Bond (Daniel Craig) in the film SkyFall Orlebar Brown Setter Sky swimming shorts.

The shorts could already be spotted in one of the first images from the SkyFall movie where we see Bond sitting in a swimming pool (a scene filmed in the luxurious pool of the London Four Seasons Hotel in Canary Wharf).

La Perla Grigioperla Swim Trunks James Bond 007 Daniel Craig Casino Royale

Most women will still remember the scene from Casino Royale where James Bond emerges from the sea in his blue trunks. Daniel Craig's famous blue swimsuit from Casino Royale is a La Perla Grigioperla Lodato from the Spring/Summer 2006 collection.

Daniel Craig wearing the blue La Perla Grigio Perla swimming trunks

 LA PERLA Grigioperla Lodato Swimtrunks



White Moiré braces with white leather joints (vegtanned goatskin) and braid ends,

by Albert Thurston, are the braces worn by James Bond (Daniel Craig) in 

Casino Royale
 (2006) and SkyFall (2012)

in the Casino scenes and in SPECTRE (2015) with his Tom Ford tuxedo.

In SkyFall they have nickel (silver) clips.

The braces for Casino Royale were supplied by the famous No1 Savile Row store Gieves and Hawkes. James Bond wears the braces under his Brioni Suit, only in formal dress situations, like a high stakes poker game at Casino Royale.

Get your pair at Gieves and Hawkes, Turnbull and Asser, online at Mason & Sons or your local high end clothing store. The braces come with loops to attached to buttons, and metal clips if you prefer to attach the braces to the pants without buttons.



The James Bond Skyfall Adidas Gazelle 2

Early on in Skyfall, Daniel Craig wears the Adidas Gazelle II model G44123, in Dark Indigo with Argentina Blue stripes, during his physical and psychological testing upon his return to MI6.

Features Wanted for the Skyfall Adidas Gazelle 2
  • Adidas branding (this makes it easier to obtain a similar style to the Skyfall Gazelles)
  • Navy\dark blue body
  • Light\baby blue stripes\sides
  • White Soles
Best Option for the Skyfall Adidas Gazelle 2


The Daniel Craig Nike Connection

As many of us who follow his personal style know, Daniel Craig certainly loves Nike when it comes to casual footwear. From the mildly controversial Air Articulate II’s in Casino Royale, to the charmingly ugly Air Max 90 Premiums of today, his affinity for the brand has covered a lot of ground. Though he has occasionally opted for trainers made by other brands such as Adidas or Hummels, he seems to prefer Nike above all else. It is a topic I am very interested in. And the pair of Air Max 90 Premiums he wore at the recent New Yorker Festival inspired me to write this article. So here is a pictorial history of Dan and his trainers of choice.

Casino Royale

Back in 2006, it was somewhat contentious to include these in the Venice scenes of Casino Royale:



Crockett & Jones Tetbury chukka boots.
In the Turkey and Shanghai actions scenes in SkyFall (2012), James Bond (Daniel Craig) wears Crockett & Jones Tetbury chukka boots.

The Tetbury shoes worn by Bond are made from the finest antique nubuck with Dainite rubber soles. The Tetbury is also available in dark brown, or in brown or black suede.

Daniel Craig and his stunt man during a shoot for the rooftop train scene. The Crockett & Jones Tetbury chukka boots are clearly visible.

The original Crockett & Jones Tetbury from Skyfall is available at their website for $590.00.




James Bond Skyfall Leather Gloves

Men's unlined leather gloves. 

Want to unleash your inner secret agent? These classic leather gloves worn by Daniel Craig in the James Bond film Skyfall, are the perfect accessory. 

In the Shanghai airport scene and London roof scene in SkyFall (2012), James Bond (Daniel Craig) wears a pair of black Dents Unlined Leather Gloves. 

Dents' product code contains a familiar number: 5 1007    


James Bond (Daniel Craig) wears a brown Levi’s® Vintage Clothing 1930s Leather Jacket in the movie SkyFall. Bond wears the jacket when he has a more rugged look (stubble beard, casual wear).

James Bond (Daniel Craigwears this Levi's Vintage Clothing 1930s Leather Jacket in the James Bond movie SkyFallBond wears the jacket when he has a more rugged look ( stubble beardcasual wear).

Made from 100% sheepskin leather with 100% polyester lining, the jacket features two front pockets, folded collar, zip up front, ...   


Skyfall – Billy Reid Bond’s Peacoat in Shanghai

In the film, actor Daniel Craig is seen wearing a very stylish and elegant
Billy Reid peacoat in several scenes.


Halfway though the 2012 James Bond movie, Skyfall, the title character played by Daniel Craig is on an mission in Shanghai. The weather is a little chilly in the Chinese city, so 007 shows up in a sharp, slim-fitting peacoat. That coat, made by American designer Billy Reid, became one of the most coveted collectables for James Bond fans following the film's was release. , says the "Bond" peacoat (actually named for the street of the brand's flagship New York store—though the coincidence is nice) caused a demand unlike anything the brand had ever seen, with over 800 being sold since January 2013. And since Skyfall, the coat has become a staple of Reid's Fall-Winter collections season after season. It is perhaps the brand's most successful garment ever made. Price $ 695






The Armani Leather Jacket
In Casino Royale, Bond wears a casual outfit in Miami anchored by a dark brown leather jacket from Giorgio Armani. The zip-front jacket has four outer pockets with flaps and box pleats. 

– The Casino Royale Armani Leather Jacket, which featured prominently in the film’s Miami scenes, seems to be making a bit of comeback lately. Created by the famous fashion designer, with an original cost of about $4000.00, the jacket is a variation on a classic leather jacket style. And 10 years after the release of the movie it still looks stylish.

Features Wanted for the Casino Royale Armani Leather Jacket Royale Leather Jacket
  • Dark brown leather jacket in soft lambskin, Nappa leather or sheep skin
  • Dark brown knitted drape collar
  • Four front patch pockets with box pleats and flaps with single snap closures, with the chest pockets positioned lower on the body.
  • Exposed front zipper
  • No knit ribbing at cuffs or hem

So to get this out of the way right at the start: the positioning of the chest pockets on the Armani is unique and almost impossible to find in an off-the-rack alternative. Additionally, most OTR options that use a knit collar also go with knit cuffs and hem. For those reasons, I’m beginning with …Magnoli Clothiers is one such manufacturer with a solid reputation. . Their Royale Leather Jacket ($425.00), although not perfect, has long been recognized as one of the better replicas on the market and good value for the money. Each jacket is custom made for the buyer. Plus you have your choice of lambskin or goatskin in variety of colors


Costume designer Lindy Hemming talked about the leather jacket:

“Well, there’s a leather jacket that Daniel wears in the film. That jacket was $4,000 when I saw it in Los Angeles and I showed it to him and we all agreed it had to be in. And so I talked to Armani and they said ‘yes, yes, OK, we’ll make it for you..’ and I thought ‘oh no, we’ll never be able to afford this..’ and I warned everybody and said ‘look,, it’s this really iconic jacket but it cost $4,000…’ and we needed like a huge number, probably 25 – you can see how the budget goes up. But do you know that they made them for me in the factory and they only charged me something like 400 euros each. So things like that are really great. The good thing for me is that the people who make the Bond films, Michael (Wilson) and Barbara (Broccoli), are very, very supportive.”



James Bond Quantom Of Solace Chinos Cardigan Outfit Ashley Weston

Tom Ford is very secretive about the items that are used in the movie, but one item is confirmed: ablack Cardigan. This cardigan was available in the exclusive Tom Ford retailers but is now sold out.

Tom Ford was very secretive about the items that were used in Quantum of Solace, but one item is confirmed: a black Cardigan. This cardigan was available in the exclusive Tom Ford for $1400

Daniel Craig and Matthis Quantum of Solace, a black Cardigan The Shawl Collar Cardigan in Quantum of Solace





The Barbour Skyfall James Bond Commander Heritage X To Ki To Beacon Sports Jacket

No, Mr. Bond, I expect you to be dry!... Back in 2012 Barbour teamed up with Japanese designer Tokihito Yoshida to produce the Beacon Heritage X To Ki To Sports Jacket, a Limited Edition series; a version of which, Mr Daniel Craig wore in Skyfall - the final scenes set at his eponymous ancestral home in the Scottish Highlands.

The X To Ki jacket (which had a removable hood) sold out pretty quickly and Barbour, realising they had a hit on their hands but unable to re-issue a Ltd. Ed. product, released a new version - the Barbour Dept. (B) Commander - which is identical to the original, minus the hood and a small internal storm flap. Since December the Commander has been known as the Barbour Heritage Beacon Sports Jacket, presumably as a more direct reference to the original collaboration.


Made from 6oz Sylkoil waxed cotton, with a leather trimmed collar and sleeves, poacher's pockets and Barbour's signature tartan lining, the fit is slim (in fact a bit too narrow perhaps in the shoulders), although not quite as tailored as the undoubtedly bespoke version Craig sported. Unusually though, it has a good sleeve length; the problem with their coats has always been they seemed to be made for lanky, barrel-chested country types with unfeasibly short arms.

The jacket is a good weight and is sure to have you covered whether you're being roughed up by the weather in town or by some spooky looking bloke in a trenchcoat in the Scottish Highlands*. It can also be worn collar down for a more formal look.

This jacket is inspired by the Tokihito sports jacket that Daniel Craig wore when he played James Bond in Skyfall. The Beacon Sports jacket takes all the features of the Tokihito but true to the film, the hood and the storm flap on the original sports jacket have been removed. Featuring a 6oz Sylkoil, 100% waxed cotton outer, this stunning piece is ideal for the unkinder British weather.



As worn by Daniel Craig ( James Bond 007
In Casino Royale in the second part of the movie, Earlier on in the movie he was wearing the Persol 2244 which we also have advertised on our web site. 
Discounted Sunglasses bring you the most desirable from the Persol 2007 range, including the highly sort after James Bond 007 range from the latest Casino Royale smash hit movie. Daniel Craig as 007 wore these at the beginning of the movie before switching to the 2720



Quantum of Solace Harrington Jacket

A blue Tom Ford jacket, as seen in Daniel Craig James Bond Quantum of Solace, jacket are seen very clearly here, plus it's not all ripped. Dark navy blue cotton zip-up jacket with extended collar tab, button-fastened slash pockets ...


Features Wanted for the Tom Ford Quantum of Solace Harrington Jacket
Daniel Craig James Bond Quantum of Solace,

Harrington/Barracuda style collar
Dark navy blue cotton or cotton blend
No elasticized or knitted cuffs or hem.


James Bond Suit blue Daniel Craig in "Quantum of Solace" in desert

For their escape from the Bolivian desert in QUANTUM OF SOLACE, Daniel Craig (Bond) wears a navy,
pin-striped Tom Ford suit, while Olga Kurylenko (Camille) ...

James Bond Suit blue Daniel Craig in "Quantum of Solace" in desert



Snowdon Black Sunglasses TF 237 FT 0237 05B

The Marko is a classic aviator style with a modern line and subtle detailing. Available in four colors, on screen he wears the silver frame with smoke blue lenses. Some fans might recall this is the same color combination as the now collectable Tom Ford 108 sunglasses he wore in the previous Bond film ‘Quantum of Solace’.

  • Tom Ford logo plate inlaid on both ends and Tom Ford logo etched discreetly on left lens
  • 100% UV/UVB protection.
  • Made in Italy.
  • Size: 58-13-140



JAMES BOND SKYFALL Tom Ford Marko TF 0144 08B Gunmetal Black Aviator Sunglasses
Daniel Craig is back as James Bond 007 in ‘ Skyfall ‘. Once again the world’s favorite secret agent gets styled by designer Tom Ford, from his impeccable tailored suits to his sunglasses. Worn both on set and in the film, James Bond wears the Tom Ford Marko sunglasses (offered here). 



Tom Ford 108/s James Bond Quantum Of Solace 2008 sunglasses Colour used by Daniel Craig - 19V, released early October with a special case.





Black Adidas jacket worn by James Bond in the Haiti scenes in the film Quantum of Solace.  James Bond QUANTUM Haiti Jacket ROYALE































The jacket is reportedly from Y-3, Yohji Yamamoto’s fashion line with Adidas, with style number #609980 eventually representing the Quantum of Solace jacket on the market for a brief time in late 2008. Bond’s jacket was slightly modified from the commercially-available version with the Y-3 logo on the back right shoulder hidden or removed and the left collar tab folded back. According to some, the waist-length jacket is actually made of Gore-Tex, a lightweight, waterproof fabric designed to be worn in all weather to repel rain while absorbing water vapor. (The scientific name for Gore-Tex is polytetrafluoroethylene – or ePTFE – and it was co-invented by William L. Gore and his son Bob in 1969.) Whether Bond’s jacket is truly Gore-Tex or not, it’s almost certainly constructed from a synthetic waterproof poly-fiber.

The James Bond QUANTUM Haiti Jacket

The Y-3 jacket Daniel Craig’s Bond “borrows” from the recently deceased Slate was the result of a collaboration between Adidas and renowned Japanese designer  Yohji Yamamoto. Bond wears the jacket with a Tom Ford navy polo shirt, Levi’s STA-PREST 306 jeans in a light cream color, dark brown suede Church’s Ryder III chukkas, and a black Saffiano leather Prada belt. Check out BAMF Style’s analysis of the complete look for more details.

The ROYALE Filmwear Quantum Haiti Jacket Review

Daniel Craig as James Bond in Quantum of Solace (2008).



The Sunspel Polo Shirt in Casino Royale

In Casino Royale, Daniel Craig wears a Sunspel “Riviera” polo shirt. The fitted navy polo is made from knitted cotton mesh and has a self collar, two-button placket and a breast pocket.  Craig wears the polo with khaki, jean-style, five-pocket trousers with a wide, straight leg. The cloth is most likely cotton, in a weave that’s a cross between bedford cord and a basketweave, and they are worn with a dark brown belt.
The shoes are tobacco suede chukka boots.

Our original Riviera Polo Shirt was tailored for Daniel Craig in Casino Royale and has since become synonymous with James Bond style. It is crafted from a breathable cotton mesh fabric and has only the most essential of details for a clean, contemporary aesthetic. A versatile wardrobe staple.

We have focused on combining a refined fit with unparalleled comfort ever since we began making the polo shirt in the 1950s. Finding the piqué cotton that the modern tennis shirts were made of stifling, Peter Hill, the grandson of Sunspel’s founder, set about developing a fabric that would be cool and comfortable to wear in the hot summer sun of the Riviera. The result was a cotton mesh that was not only lightweight, but also breathable and supremely soft. It was knitted on lace machines in Nottingham, the home of England’s lace-making industry, and was named Q (for Quality) 75. The Riviera polo was born.


The Riviera remained unchanged from its inception, right up until 2006, when Academy Award-winning costume designer Lindy Hemming was tasked with outfitting Daniel Craig as the Bond character in Casino Royale. Working from the Sunspel factory in Long Eaton, together we tailored the Riviera Polo to best suit the modern man of action and style: shortening the arms and slimming the fit across the chest to flatter a muscular physique.

We have made our Riviera Polo Shirt to these amended specifications ever since. A modern classic in its own right, wear with chinos or jeans for the epitome of relaxed style.



Tan Suede Jacket from Matchless in Spectre

When in Morocco in Spectre, Bond needs a cool jacket to conceal his firearm. For this purpose he wears a tan lightweight suede jacket from Matchless London. Matchless calls this jacket the “Craig Blouson”, but this is technically not a blouson since the waist is not drawn in. The jacket is longer than waist-length and sits over the top of the hips to cover the waistband of the low-rise trousers. The jacket has a zip front, side pockets and an ecru viscose rayon lining. The collar is two pieces and has a hook to close with. Bond wears the collar up in back to protect his neck from the sun but folded down a little in front to keep it away from his face. An unlined jacket would likely be a better choice for the hot weather in Morocco.

Matchless London has first unveiled their ‘Craig Blouson’ when it was worn by Daniel Craig as James Bond in the film ‘Spectre’. It has gained enormous popularity featuring in some of the scenes in which James Bond is in Morocco. Perfect for the Moroccan climate, the ‘Craig Blouson’ jacket is a cool jacket with a lightweight suede outer. The jacket is slightly longer than waist length and features a full zip up front, side pockets and one inside pocket. Originally released in a neutral tan suede, it is now available for the first time in black – giving it a year round appeal.



John Smedley Bobby as worn by Daniel Craig in 007 Skyfall film and premiere
John Smedley, whether it be on the red carpet or on the big screen. A classically British combination is made in the 2012 movie ‘Skyfall’: James Bond and John Smedley. Bond wears a Bobby in the movie, this highlights the quality and suarve characteristics of the garment. The brand values of quality and British craftmanship mirror the refined nature of the on-screen Bond. When it comes to style: who can question 007?

John Smedley Bobby as worn by Daniel Craig in 007 Skyfall film and premiere



A true style icon for decades, the world's most famous secret agent wore luxury N.Peal Mongolian cashmere sweaters in the movies Skyfall and Spectre - and now, you can own them too. Our James Bond 
Wears N.Peal collection showcases the full range of N.Peal men's cashmere sweaters as worn in these two fantastic James Bond movies, as well as at their press announcements and on their iconic posters. An instantly recognisable style, that we were honoured to create. Take a look at our full collection of James Bond N.Peal sweaters below, in timeless colours and styles to suit every man. 

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James Bond trains in a royal blue tracksuit in Skyfall, and it’s only Bond’s second of the series.  Despite being a Royal Navy officer, Bond wears a PTI (Physical Training Instructor) jacket of the British Army, issued by the Secret Intelligence Service (SIS) with a silver SIS crest on the upper left chest. There is a jetted zip pocket above the crest, and it’s the only outer pocket on the jacket. The jacket has a zip-front with set-in sleeves, a crew neck and ribbed elastic cuffs.

Joint Services Clothing Company PTI Jacket, similar to the jacket worn by Bond in SkyFall. You can order the jacket with SIS-logo inspired insignia.

Underneath the tracksuit Bond wears a dark blue-grey long-sleeve, crew-neck shirt in a waffle knit. The shirt has regular shirt-style sleeves, and the narrow shoulders are emphasise Daniel Craig’s large deltoids. The sleeves have cuffs in a a finer knit but Bond rolls up the sleeves to the elbow. The shirt’s upper left chest has the same SIS as on the jacket. Bond’s socks are white athletic crew socks. The trainers are the Adidas Gazelle 2 model in Dark Indigo suede with Argentina Blue (pale blue) stripes. The soles are white rubber.

SIS PTI Base Layer by Joint Services Clothing Company

In the movie SkyFall, James Bond wears an Army physical training corps PTI training jacket with an SIS insignia under the left chest pocket. The jacket can be spotted in the teaser trailer during the interrogation scene and in the other trailers in the shooting range scene. It is not known which company made the jacket, or if it was made or adjusted by the costume designer. PTI Training Jackets are made for the Army Physical Training Corps. PTI stands for Physical Training Instructor.





Shown in grey sharkskin wool with a white Skyfall Shirt and Istanbul Tie.
Istanbul cufflik 




Tom Ford SPECTRE knitted sleeve bomber jacket.
Craig offers a modern, masculine, uncomplicated interpretation of Bond — and that’s summed up by one of his most memorable ‘action man’ outfits in Spectre. Craig donned Danner hiking boots, Rag & Bone selvedge jeans, black Mulberry leather gloves, and a sleek Tom Ford knitted sleeve bomber jacket during the snowy Austrian scenes.





Casino Royale: Bond Lands in the Bahamas shirt

Bond’s sport shirt is white with fancy self patterns, alternating track stripes with large and small chains on a white open plain-weave. The shirt has shorts sleeves, shoulder straps, a placket front,
back darts and a large, two-button spread collar.

Men typically wear long-sleeve shirts with suits, but exceptions can be made in warm environments or situations where the jacket will be soon removed. This covers both parameters.




Light Grey Linen Suit with Peaked Lapels in the Bahamas in Casino Royale
The Suits of James Bond. At the airport Bahamas.

Grey linen suit made by Brioni is quite appropriate for Bond’s arrival in the Bahamas in Casino  Royale. The suit coat has a button three front, four buttons on the cuffs, double vents and flapped pockets, cut with straight shoulders and roped sleeve heads.



James Bond Casino Royale Tuxedo - Daniel Craig Tuxedo

Get your hands on impeccably tailored Casino Royale Tuxedo to get the signature look of 007. The inspiration of this black tie attire has been taken from the blockbuster film Casino Royale in which the British star Daniel Craig made his debut in the long-running Bond franchise. If you are a huge James Bond fan and desiring to replicate his popular look in your upcoming formal event then this Daniel Craig tuxedo is indispensable for you.

To give you the exact looks and feel we have crafted this James Bond Casino Royale Tuxedo using the top notch quality of material with remarkable craftsmanship to offer your what you are seeking for. The contemporary designers of our fashion World have given extra attention towards the style and look of this 007 tuxedo.  


  • Black in Color
  • Single button closure
  • Peak lapel style
  • Jetted pockets at waist 
  • Welt pocket on left side of chest
  • Four buttons on working sleeve cuffs
  • Round bottom
  • Double Vent
  • Fully lined


  • Black in Color
  • Straight Cut
  • Flat front style
  • Slanted pockets on sides
  • Lined to knee


Nr 1 From left Skyfall Istanbul 
Nr 2 Daniel Craig Skyfall efter han blivit värderad och aktiv för tjänst
Nr 3 Casino Royale Bahamas  
Den första i Istanbul har en vit Skyfall skjorta
Den andra har en Skyfall ljusblå skjorta 
Och den i Bahamas Casino Royale en kortärmad vit skjorta. ok klar



James Bond is one of the iconic characters, and Skyfall is one of the best movies in the James Bond series. We all love everything attached to Daniel Craig and James Bond. Keeping the fan following of James Bond and Skyfall in mind, we carefully designed this cotton grey suit that makes you look like the James Bond of Skyfall.

Skyfall suit grey sharkskin



Daniel Craig Skyfall clothes after he has been valued and active for service

Nr 2 Daniel Craig Skyfall efter han blivit värderad och aktiv för tjänst

James Bond Charcoal Stripe Suit From Skyfall

007 in new generation line of suits. Shorter jacket and shorter sleeve, narrow lapels and low rise pants. Add an inch to those elements and you are back to traditional James Bond suits.

The designer of Skyfall chose the classic and modern suit style throughout the film that suits James bond personality even if the outfits don’t have fashionable cuts, but it gives a stunning look. This is one of the best suit in glen plaid in mid grey and black tone from the Skyfall. The Daniel craig James Bond style tuxedo and cuts of this suit is exactly same as the other Tom Ford suits in the movie. The best Daniel craig suits jacket feature skin fitted with straight and thin shoulders. The suit trousers have plain straight cut, flat front with side waist adjuster and hook closure. Bond wears a sky blue cotton shirt with tab collar, double cuffs and placket down the front. The 007 tux designer chose the perfect color combination for the tie that match the overall suit.

Nr 2 Daniel Craig Skyfall efter han blivit värderad och aktiv för tjänst

Daniel Craig Skyfall clothes after he has been valued and active for service

In Skyfall Daniel Craig James Bond wears a sky blue cotton shirt with tab collar, double cuffs and placket down the front.

Bond’s pale blue poplin shirt—also made by Tom Ford—has a soft tab collar, a placket down the front and double cuffs. A pale blue cotton handkerchief folded in the pocket matches the shirt. The tie is made in the same weave as the black and silver tie worn with the pick-and-pick suit earlier in the film. This one is a pattern of light blue-grey and charcoal. The shoes are the black Crockett & Jones Highbury model, a 3-eyelet derby with Dainite rubber studded soles. The Dainite soles are useful in the scenes where this suit is worn because they provide the extra needed traction over traditional leather soles.



Most of the man avoid to wear grey suit and this is one of the colors which is not very popular in linen suit, but after watching Daniel Craig wearing this Light grey linen suit in James Craig bond Movie and carried in an amazing way, almost every guy wish to have one in his wardrobe for some special events. The rare thing about this Daniel Craig 007 suits is the peaked lapels. Peaked lapels usually are not found on single-breasted suits, yes this bond Daniel Craig Grey Suit is single breasted three front button suit with four button on the cuffs, flapped pockets, one chest pocket, double vents with roped sleeve heads. Moreover, the linen pants have a zipped front and turn-ups. The legs are also full-cut, which has many advantages with linen. Because this fabric has the tendency to crease more than any other cloth, a wrinkles in linen only cause by tighter legs. With this light grey suit, bond wear mens white sport shirt having self-patterns with short sleeves, a placket front, shoulder straps and two-button spread collar. Daniel Craig wear brown derby with this classic suit which gives him an appealing look.

James Bond Daniel Craig in Casino Royale Bahamas airport

Daniel Craig in his debut James Bond film “Casino Royale” set the tone of modern 007 with his suave looks and incredible sense of clothing. Bond’s first mission after getting 00 status leads him to the Bahamas where he spotted looking charming with his sophisticated style and a lightweight grey linen suit. We have recreated this suit for Bond fans who want a formal dress up even in the scorching hot days of summer. Get yourself dressed in this Casino Royale suit and keep your heads high always!



In the final scene of Casino Royale James Bond wear three piece suit just to make incredible impression on the audience and capture more and more viewers ...

In the final scene of Casino Royale Villa Gaeta Lake Como Italy, James Bond wear three piece suit just to make incredible impression on the audience and capture more and more viewers towards him and he succeeds in his mission by wearing this classic Pinstripe Suit in an outstanding way. Normally stripes on a suit usually consider a business outfit, but this navy blue suit with light grey stripes is one of the great choice of James Bond throughout the film. The jacket has notch lapel collar, double vent at the back, four button on the sleeves, and three button at front closure with single breasted. Most of the Bond’s pants have straight cut with plain front, cross pockets on both the sides and two rare pockets with button hole. The additional thing in this suit is the James bond vest that have six button traditional fastening, pointed bottom, one chest pocket on the left side and two waist pocket. You can style any color shirt with this suit, James worn light color long sleeves shirt which gives him an appealing appearance. Cell phone Sony Ericsson M 600 white





JAMES BOND Style 007 Daniel Craig KAZAN TIE by Magnoli Clothiers
This elegant tie features a repeating pattern of grey, charcoal and black ovals, as seen in Quantum of Solace.

Hand made in 100% woven silk
Measures 10cm wide and 145cm long.



007 James Bond (Daniel Craig) Montenegro Necktie from Casino Royale


Byxa trousers nr 1 är från Quantum of Solace
James Bond (Daniel Craig) from Quantum of Solace



Byxa trousers nr 2 är från Quantum of Solace James Bond (Daniel Craig)


Byxa trousers nr 3 är from  007 James Bond (Daniel Craig) Skyfall

007 James Bond (Daniel Craig) Montenegro Necktie from Casino Royale

Och jeansen är dom här från quantum of solace



007 James Bond (Daniel Craig) Montenegro Necktie from Casino Royale






James Bond Daniel Craig Quantum of Solace 
7 for all mankind mercer jeans NWT Los Angeles

The jeans are by 7 For All Mankind in a dark blue “Mercer” wash. Jeans have become something for more than just labourers, and today people wear in a variety of environments. But are they appropriate for Bond?




Madagascar Linen Pants trousers James Bond Daniel Craig

Madagascar in Casino Royale

These 100% pure linen pants are ideal for summer in any climate. With features such as a draw-string waist, two rear pockets and no side pockets, these casual pants are a perfect match for our Madagascar Shirt


The unstructured, lightweight trouser waistband would provide little of the needed support for Bond to holster his 22-ounce Walther P99, so he wears a wide black web belt with a flat steel slider-style buckle, fastened tightly enough around his waist to secure the holster in place despite not fitting in congress with his trousers. Perhaps the slipping belt taught 007 a lesson about wearing better-fitted trousers in the future…

The production swapped in a rubber Walther P99 replica prop for scenes like this that could have severely damaged the blank-firing P99.



Casino Royale: Bond’s Floral Printed Shirt in Madagascar

Daniel Craig as James Bond in Casino Royale (2006)


Daniel Craig as James Bond, swaggering and brash British government agent

Madagascar, July 2006

Film: Casino Royale
Release Date: November 14, 2006
Director: Martin Campbell
Costume Designer: Lindy Hemming


To celebrate Daniel Craig’s 49th birthday today,  Style is looking back to his “birth” in the Bond franchise in Casino Royale, exploring the scrappy summer attire during the dangerous first mission that Craig’s Bond took as a 00 agent.

After the globe-trotting double kills that led to James Bond’s eligibility for 00 status, Bond finds himself in Madagascar, working with bright-eyed and bushy-tailed MI6 agent named Carter (Joseph Millson) as they conduct surveillance on a bombmaker named Mollaka. The eager Carter’s inability to fit in compromises their identities, and Bond is forced to chase after Mollaka while Carter languishes in a mongoose pit.

Unfortunately for 007, Mollaka is played by French freerunner Sébastien Foucan, a parkour pioneer who sees the various cranes, walls, and heights as no obstruction to his getaway. Unfortunately for Mollaka, this Bond doesn’t rely on an arched eyebrow or a well-timed witticism to get the job done…this Bond runs through walls, dammit!

The chase leads to an African embassy, where Bond storms in, steals the ambassador’s pistol, and “violated the only absolutely inviolate rule of international relationships” by killing Mollaka when cornered.

The pre-credits sequence of 007 coolly killing a double agent while reclining in the man’s office was pure classic Bond, but this… this was something we haven’t seen before.

What’d He Wear?

Bond’s Madagascar outfit has received plenty of criticism from fans used to seeing their favorite agent in expensive tailored suits or subdued, fitted casual wear. While I agree that this isn’t the first ensemble I’d pull out of my closet for an evening out, I think Bond’s choice here indicates the franchise’s renewed focus on realism. Casino Royale was on the heels of four Brosnan films where our hero was rarely more informal than a Brioni suit and tie; indeed, his only deviation from a suit in The World is Not Enough was a brown skiing outfit.

In Madagascar, Bond and Carter are surveilling Mollaka at a public fight between a mongoose and a cobra…surrounded by the kind of people who would bet on a fight between a mongoose and a cobra. Even a casual polo and jeans would have immediately pegged Bond as an outsider, compromising the mission before it would even begin. If Mollaka could be tipped off by Carter touching his earpiece, he would surely take notice of a clean-cut Englishman sporting clean, tailored clothing rather than the considerably unfashionable garb here that ultimately serves its purpose.

Bond’s floral-printed cotton sport shirt is short-sleeved with short button tabs at the end of each sleeve to adjust the fit over his biceps as needed. The edge-stitched point collar is fashionably large for 2006, although that may be all that one could call truly “fashionable” about the shirt. The shirt also has a breast pocket on the left and a short vent on each side of the straight hem.

The shirt has seven white buttons down the front placket, but Bond only wears the third button up from the bottom fastened. This may be a sloppy look, but it keeps him airy in the warm climate while preventing the shirt from flapping about too much and impeding his movement during his parkour pursuit.

The floral print consists of abstract light gray ferns on a beige ground, overlaid with sketched brick red floral designs.

Just as the Casino Royale Bond doesn’t give a damn if his martini is shaken or stirred, he couldn’t care less what you think about his shirt.

The original shirt was made by Academy Costumes in London, according to the digital portfolio on their site. Although it was custom made for the product, Bond fans have no need to fret… Iconic Alternatives has some excellent suggestions for channeling the shirt, including Magnoli Clothiers’ spot-on replica “Madagascar Shirt”, priced at $165.

Bond’s decision to wear a visible undershirt also seems to divide fans watching with a sartorial eye, but it strikes me as a practical decision to catch the abundance of sweat that a situation like this would create. For better or worse, the t-shirt also evokes Bond’s youth and athleticism that have yet to be refined as his character matures.

The fitted t-shirt is light gray heathered cotton with a wide crew neck and very short fitted sleeves with multi-striped bands. The stripes, seen only in set photos since Bond wears his shirt covering them throughout the scene, consist of a series of four bright red stripes in the center, bordered on the top and bottom by a maroon stripe, a gap, and then a thinner maroon stripe. Even if they do go unseen, the colored bands nicely call out the colors in his tropical shirt.

Daniel Craig on set, showing off lesser seen elements of his Madagascar outfit like the t-shirt’s striped sleeves, his web belt, and beige socks.

According to The Undershirt Guy, sourcing images from The Bond Experience, it’s reasonable to speculate that Daniel Craig was wearing a Diesel brand t-shirt for these scenes. Unseen in the film, the back yoke is printed with a stylized black “777” crowned in an ornate black design. The “lucky 777” imagery might be a little too on-the-nose for Casino Royale, but credit is due to the shirt detectives for doing this homework!

Magnoli again comes to the rescue, this time with a $45 replica “Madagascar T Shirt” that nails everything from the fit to the color of the distinctive sleeve bands. Magnoli describes its replica as having “a decorative print design on the upper back” to reflect the Diesel shirt.

Bond’s tan linen trousers are one of the simplest elements of the outfit. The loose fit is ideal for avoiding sticky sweat in Madagascar’s warm tropical climate. These pants have a very casual drawstring waist rather than belt loops or side adjusters and two back patch pockets.


A more refined Bond might have opted for chinos or cream jeans similar to the ones he would later wear in the Bahamas or in Haiti during Quantum of Solace, both appropriate for the climate and context of this scene.

Many retailers like H&M offer similar and affordable ultra-casual linen pants like this pair in the summer, just in time to provide the perfect lightweight layer for a trip to the beach. Cubavera also offers an affordable linen/rayon blend designed more for a day in paradise than a day chasing terrorists.

This is the first appearance of Bond’s “cognac” brown suede Vega IB339 holster, a right-hand-draw IWB holster meant to be worn inside the waistband (in case you couldn’t tell what IWB stood for…) In fact, Casino Royale marks the cinematic Bond’s first use of any holster except the variety of shoulder rigs that followed him from the first few books through Dr. No up to Die Another Day. You can read more about the Vega IWB holsters worn by Craig’s 007.

A modest gentleman like Bond tends to keep his choice of undergarments an onscreen mystery, but this more brazen, unpolished 007 chasing down a terrorist on a hot summer day is prone to slipping up. Or, at least, his trousers are prone to slipping down a bit, revealing what appears to be white cotton underwear.


Apropos his ostensible cover in Madagascar, most of Bond’s clothing looks like he could’ve cobbled it together from a bargain bin. However, he put some investment into his footwear, as one should during a set-piece that calls for extensive running and jumping. Bond clearly wears a pair of Converse Jack Purcell OTR shoes in a shade of russet brown leather that Converse calls “chocolate and paprika”, worn with beige socks.

The shoes are an intriguing cross between ankle boots and the active-focused sneakers that Converse is known for, with the “OTR” designation standing for “On the Road”. The soles are black rubber, including the rubber toe bumper and external heel cup, which the wardrobe team seemingly modified to conceal orange accents. They lace up with brown laces through eight brass eyelets, extending down onto toe cap for a narrower fit over the bridge.

More information and helpful reviews can be found at James Bond Lifestyle, where “Brendan” commented: “They’re a bit warm for the summer (Craig must have been dying in his scenes) and require a bit of breaking in.” The eagle-eyed team at Iconic Alternatives has identified several pairs of brown leather ankle boots and sneakers that reflect the look and spirit of Craig’s Converse footwear from the Madagascar sequence, and I highly recommend checking out their suggestions for channeling this now-discontinued shoe.

Bond may have been concerned about Carter blowing their cover, but his decision to wear a big, brand new Omega wristwatch would have also drawn some suspicious eyes. Through these early, action-oriented scenes of Casino Royale, Daniel Craig wears an Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean “Big Size” 2900.50.91 chronometer on a black rubber strap, a sportier alternative to the blue-dialed Seamaster Professional that he would wear with his suits and formalwear.

Bond’s Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean has a 45.5mm stainless steel case, black bezel, and a black dial under domed anti-reflective, scratch-resistant sapphire crystal. The actual watch worn by Craig, no. 81084716, was auctioned by Antiquorum in April 2007, fetching $213,000.

Madagascar Linen Pants


These 100% pure linen pants are ideal for summer in any climate. With features such as a draw-string waist, two rear pockets and no side pockets, these casual pants are a perfect match for our Madagascar Shir


Daniel Craig James Bond in “Enjoying Death”: Retirement on the Beach in Skyfall 

 The light blue-grey shirt with a small blue and dark grey floral pattern is from Zara. It has a small point collar, front placket, long sleeves with single-button mitred cuffs (worn rolled up), and patch pockets with buttoned flaps and inverted box pleats. The shirt is darted in the back for a close fit. The shirt has tails that would suggest that this shirt is meant to be tucked, but they’re for the look rather than function. The brown suede desert boots are also from Zara.

Daniel Craig James Bond in “Enjoying Death”: Retirement on the Beach in Skyfall 


James Bond - Evening Shirt and Bow Tie Set from Turnbull & Asser wearing  in Bondfilm Casino Royale 2006.
Thanks to Turbull  & Asser from James Bond 007 museum i Nybro Sweden and The President Gunnar James Bond Schäfer.

The shirts are white-on-white waffle weave dinner shirts made by Turnbull & Asser. They have large spread collars and mitred double cuffs. The large mother-of-pearl buttons are hidden by a fly front, leaving only the top button exposed. The shirt is well-fitted with short side pleats on the rear. It is a plain front shirt with no pleats, unlike some formal shirts. The shirt material is a super fine two fold white-on-white cotton. Turnbull & Asser offered a Limited Edition shirt.


Turnbull & Asser James Bond Casino Royale. limited edition evening shirt and bow tie.

Bond fact - every James Bond has had his evening shirt and bow tie supplied by Jermyn Street shirtmaker, Turnbull & Asser. The new Bond is no different, with a Limited Collection shirt and bow tie set produced for Daniel Craig for the forthcoming Casino Royale. And you can buy the very same one.

The “Limited Collection” shirt is made from a super fine, two fold, white-on-white cotton. Using a classic silhouette, the shirt has been designed with a unique collar, specifically designed by Turnbull & Asser, which is featured in the film. Further subtle details include the mitred double cuffs and concealed front placket which hide the mother of pearl buttons underneath. The bow tie is made from raw Shantung silk.

No price given as yet - if you're interested, drop into the shop, Harrods or drop them a line via the website.


Turnball & Asser


Madeleine Swann (Léa Seydoux) uses a Sony ICD-SX1000 16GB Voice Recorder in the movie SPECTRE (2015).

Swann is talking into the recorder when James Bond (Daniel Craig) enters her office at the Hoffler Klinik.

Sony ICD-SX1000 16GB is a High Definition professional voice recorder with 16GB built in flash storage and two slots for optional M2 or MicroSD cards.

The Sony ICD-SX1000 voice recorder is currently not produced anymore,

Dimensions: 4cm x 11cm x 1.5cm
96kHz/24-bit Linear PCM and MP3 recording
High sensitivity S-Microphone System
Playback Format MP3/AAC/WMA Intelligent Noise Cut LCD display





1995 007 James Bond GoldenEye Leather Sleeve Jacket United Artists Studios MGM

United Artists Jacket with leather sleeves

Only sold at the 2nd Annual James Bond 007 Convention in New York City by Creation Entertainment 
the day before the World Premiere of GoldenEye at Radio City Music Hall in 1995.

made by MGM/UA

On the Left Leather Sleeve:
From Russia With Love
Diamonds Are Forever
Live And Let Die
A View To A Kill
The Living Daylights
License To Kill 

(American spelling of the film on the jacket)

Right Leather Sleeve:
Dr. No
You Only Live Twice
On Her Majesty's Secret Service
The Man With the Golden Gun
The Spy Who Loved Me
For Your Eyes Only

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