"He closed his eyes and his thought pursued his imagination through a series of carefully constructed scenes as if he was watching the tumbling chips of coloured glass in a kaleidoscope. At twenty minutes to nine he had exhausted all the permutations which might result from his duel with Le Chiffre."

- from Casino Royale, Ian Fleming

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James Bond (Daniel Craig) wears Tom Ford Henry Vintage Wayfarer FT0248 sunglasses in the trailer and promotional images for SPECTRE and in the music video for Sam Smith's "Writing's On The Wall", the movie's themesong.


Tom Ford announced that James Bond (Daniel Craig) wears Tom Ford Snowdon FT0237 sunglasses in SPECTRE.

The sunglasses are worn in the Rome funeral scene.


The Tom Ford Marko FT0144 (sometimes named TF144) sunglasses are worn by James Bond (Daniel Craig) in the movie SkyFall (2012). They are also worn by Daniel Craig on the film set, in between shoots. Craig was spotted with these glasses in Turkey while filming action scenes there, but the sunglasses aren't visible in the Turkey scenes in the film.


In Quantum of Solace (2008), James Bond (Daniel Craig) wears Tom Ford sunglasses, model FT108. Although they are very similar or identical to Oliver Peoples Airman sunglasses, they were finally identified to be Tom Ford sunglasses.


In the movie Casino Royale, James Bond wears a pair of Persol 2720 sunglasses.


In Casino Royale, James Bond wears two pairs of Persol frames. At the start of the plot, Bond wears a Persol metal frame: Persol 2244. In the second part of the story after experiencing a number of adventures, James changes to Persol style 2720.


In Die Another Day, Pierce Brosnan wears Persol PE2672-S when he is in Havana, Cuba. The glasses can be seen when he walks to Raoul's cigar factory, and when he drives in the 1957 Ford Fairlane to the beach bar where he meets Jinx (Halle Berry).


In the movie The World is Not Enough (1999), James Bond (Pierce Brosnan) wears a pair of Calvin Klein sunglasses, modelnumber 2007, during the ski chase scene with Elektra King (Sophie Marceau). Bond wears an Omega Outdoor Agencies ski suit in the scene.


A pair of S.T. Dupont cufflinks modelnr. 5172 Diamond Head Square, with palladium finishes, are worn by Daniel Craig in Casino Royale.


James Bond (Daniel Craig) wears a pair of S.T. Dupont 5174 cufflinks in Casino Royale during the first meeting with Vesper (Eva Green) in the highspeed train to Montenegro.

The 5174 cufflinks are square with a curved lines design, made from palladium (also available in gold and in black).


S.T. Dupont has created a pair of exclusive palladium cufflinks in a very distinctive and forceful shape, worn by James Bond in Casino Royale (2006). These exclusive cufflinks come with a certificate which states that they are the exact reproduction of the cufflinks from the movie.


Thanks to the Christie's charity auction we now know that James Bond (Daniel Craig) will wear a pair of very cool Tom Ford cufflinks in SkyFall, especially made for Bond. The round cufflinks feature Bond's family coat-of-arms with the motto "Orbis Non Sufficit" (The World Is Not Enough) within a black enamel surround.


James Bond (Daniel Craig) wears Tom Ford Striped T cylinder cufflinks in the movie SkyFall (2012). He wears the cufflinks in the opening scenes in Turkey.


In the movie SkyFall (2012), James Bond (Daniel Craig) wears Tom Ford mother of pearl cufflinks with his tuxedo. The cufflinks can be spotted on the SkyFall film posters.


In Tomorrow Never Dies (1997), James Bond (Pierce Brosnan) wears a pair of Dunhill cufflinks.


In the 1989 movie Licence To Kill (1989) Bond receives a Dunhill lighter from his good friend Felix Leiter and his wife Della on their wedding day. The lighter is a silver Dunhill Unique with plain finish.


In the pre-title sequence of Tomorrow Never Dies (1997), James Bond (Pierce Brosnan) uses a gold Dunhill lighter.

The lighter looks and works like an normal Dunhill Unique Sports lighter, but is modified by Q to work as a grenade. At the terrorist arms bazaar on the Russian border, Bond first offers a guard a light with the lighter and then he uses it as a grenade.


In the movie SkyFall (2012), Severine (played by Bérénice Marlohe) is using a Pierre Cardin lighter in the Macau casino scene. The lighter is laying on the bar in the Macau casino. We see a close up of the lighter when Bond grabs Severine's hand to stop her from leaving the bar.


In the movie Casino Royale, James Bond uses a money clip to keep his money and credit card. The money clip is handmade by english silversmith Douglas Pell.


This handmade sterling silver Aston Martin DB9 Key ring was won by James Bond in a poker game against Alex Dimitrios in the movie Casino Royale (2006). Apparently Alex liked to use a modern DB9 keychain with his classic Aston Martin DB5.


In the 1981 movie For Your Eyes Only, James Bond (Roger Moore) wears black Pierre Cardin 30/7 ski goggles.


In the movie A View To A Kill (1985), James Bond (Roger Moore) wears a pair of white Bogner 7003 sunglasses in the opening sequence of the film where Bond recovers a microchip in Siberia.


The blue X-Ray specs from The World Is Not Enough are one of the most sought-after accessories by Bond fans. The ones in the movie were actually not of any known brand.


M (Ralph Fiennes) and Bill Tanner (Rory Kinnear) carry a J.Crew Abingdon Weekender Bag full of weapons in SPECTRE.

The J.Crew bag can be seen in the safe house scene with M and Bond (Daniel Craig). The bag was also spotted on set carried by Bill Tanner.


This fantastic Swaine Adeney Brigg attaché case issued to all 00 agents as standard by Q-Branch is a Black leather briefcase, with its distinctive Red skiver lining which has gone on to become a very popular bespoke item.


James Bond carries a Globe-Trotter Original Brown suitcase in SPECTRE.

The suitcase can be seen when Bond and Madeleine Swann are waiting in the Moroccan desert.


In celebrating 007′s 50th anniversary on the silver screen and the release of SkyFall, Globe-Trotter released a custom-made Stabilist Case, similar to the one used by Patrice (Ola Rapace) in SkyFall.


In the 2008 movie Quantum of Solace, James Bond picks up a suitcase at Hotel Dessalines. This case is a ZERO Halliburton Special Edition Q4-PS, 4" business case. Another, unidentified, ZERO Halliburton suitcase can be seen during the scenes in the Perla De Las Dunas hotel.


In The World is not Enough (1999) and Die Another Day (2002), Samsonite travel equipment is featured throughout the film, including cases from its Xylem, Streamline and Spark product lines.


In the movie On Her Majesty's Secret Service (1969), James Bond (George Lazenby) packs his leather Gucci suitcase after he decides to leave MI6. The Gucci bag can already be briefly spotted when it is taken out of the boot of the Aston Martin DBS by the porters of Hotel Palácio Estoril.


This Gucci suitcase is used by James Bond in the 1974 movie The Man With The Golden Gun. Bond carries the suitcase when he arrives in the Hong Kong harbour.


James Bond (Roger Moore) wears a Gucci belt in the last scenes of the movie The Man With The Golden Gun (1974).


James Bond (played by Daniel Craig) wears a black leather Prada belt in the movie Quantum of Solace.


James Bond travels in style with an American Express Centurion Card (also known as the Black Card) in Quantum of Solace (2008).


In the 1964 movie Goldfinger, we get a close look at Bond's shaving gear. He uses a Gillette slim handle adjustable razor when he is shaving in Goldfinger's plane on the way to America. In the handle of the razor he has hidden the tracking device.


In the movie Live and Let Die (1973), James Bond (Roger Moore) shaves with a Schick injector razor and Schick shaving cream, in the bathroom of his bungalo (number 12) at The San Moniquan Hotel.


James Bond used Pinaud Elixer Shampoo, "...that Prince among shampoos", in the novel On Her Majesty's Secret Service.


Floris No.89 fragrance was a personal favourite of Ian Fleming himself. Floris is mentioned by Ian Fleming in the novels Moonraker ("Floris provides the soaps and lotions in the lavatories and bedrooms"), Diamonds Are Forever ("He would have to send a cable to May to get things fixed.


In the novel Dr. No, James Bond and Honeychile Rider use Floris Lime bath essence and Guerlain bathcubes to improve their bathing experience. They find the bath essences in their luxurious prison room in Doctor No's lair.


James Bond likes to do certain things the old-fashioned way, including shaving with a 'cut-throat razor' and getting soap from a wooden shaving bowl. In SkyFall (2012) we see Bond using a wooden shaving bowl and brush and razor blade. The brand of the bowl is not known.


On M's desk in SkyFall we can spot a small statue of a dog with a british flag. This statue is a Bulldog with Union Jack created by Royal Doulton, an English company producing tableware and collectables since 1815.


Jewellery designer Sophie Harley's Love Knot has a starring role in the James Bond film Casino Royale (2006) and features again briefly in the sequel Quantum of Solace (2008).


An official replica of the SPECTRE ring as seen in the 2015 film SPECTRE is now available in the 007 Shop.


In the movie On Her Majesty's Secret Service (1969), Bond (George Lazenby) gives Contessa Teresa di Vicenzo or Tracy (Diana Rigg) a two-colour gold wedding ring. The ring has a unique design and was originally designed for the film by fashionable 1960s jeweller Charles de Temple.


In SkyFall (2012), several Parker pens can be seen on the desk of M (Judi Dench) in her new office and during the public inquiry with the minister.


In the movie Goldfinger (1964), James Bond and Auric Goldfinger use Royal Sovereign Chinagraph pencils.


The Fine Cotton Company supplied the SPECTRE production with embroidered napkins, towels and a laundry bag.


James Bond (Daniel Craig) is drinking from a Duralex Picardie tumbler in the movie SkyFall (2012). The tumbler was identified by user TinTin on the forum.


In the movie Casino Royale (2006), James Bond (Daniel Craig) drinks whisky from a Cumbria Crystal Grasmere Double Old Fashioned Tumbler.


Swarovski released a collection of James Bond inspired charms, pendants, bracelets, earrings, rings and cufflinks. (For Swarovski items seen in the movie SkyFall, click here).


Launched by the design house of A. B. R. Barlach in 1997, JAMES BOND by A. B. R. Barlach is classified as a flowery fragrance. This feminine scent posesses a blend of: fresh, exotic florals blended with citrus. It is recommended for daytime wear. The scent is available in a blue bottle, the Men's version, and an orange version, for the ladies.


S.T.Dupont is celebrating the return to the big screen of James Bond with a new SPECTRE collection of lighters, pens and a cigar cutter that embody elegance, refinement and cutting-edge technical innovation.


S.T. Dupont released these James Bond Casino Royale collectible lighters side by side of the release of the 2006 Casino Royale movie. James Bond is wearing S.T. Dupont cufflinks in the movie and the design of S.T.


S.T. Dupont "bullet" cufflinks etched with the 007 logo. A subtle reference, only for the most special occassions. 


When you return home from travels to exotic locations with beautiful women and battles with ingenious arch-enemies, be sure you always keep your keys secure with secret agent style. This palladium-plated bullet key ring features a lamp function to guide your key into the hole every time.


The  S.T. Dupont Gatsby lighter from 2004 was available in different sizes and in black gunmetal or palladium. Both versions feature a bullet-shaped roller and time zone indicator.


The black leather billfold features a compact "bullet" ball pen, three credit card slots and a gusseted, snap pocket for change and other essential items.


This special candle from TOCCA has a rich leathery aroma designed to turn your living room into Bond world. The scent is based on the distinctive combination of the interior of an Aston Martin and a dry Martini!


In SPECTRE, we get to take a look at James Bond's flat in London and in it we can see a Leather Chairs of Bath 'Amsterdam' leather chair.

The chair can be seen in the image of Bond's flat on top of this page.


In the 2008 movie Quantum of Solace, we see the new ultra modern office of M. M herself is sitting on an Silver Chair 262S, and there are two empty Silver Chair 101S in the room. The room on the other side of the glass wall is furnished by Bene.


In the movie Casino Royale (2006), when James Bond (Daniel Craig) is in M's apartment, using her laptop, he sits on a Herman Miller Aeron office chair.

The Herman Miller Aeron, designed by Bill Stumpf and Don Chadwick, has become an icon in chair design and is featured in the Museum of Modern Art in New York (MoMa).


In Casino Royale (2006) when Bond and M meet in M's apartment, they sit on Knoll Barcelona designer chairs.