Clothing - Dress To Kill

Below you can find a selection of clothing items that were worn by James Bond in the movies.

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Click here for an overview of products seen in SPECTRE.


James Bond (Daniel Craig) wears a Barbour "X To Ki To" Beacon Heritage Sports Jacket in the movie SkyFall. The jacket can be spotted on the cover photo of Bond on Set: Filming SkyFall and very briefly in the SkyFall trailer.


Matchless has revealed that James Bond (played by Daniel Craig) wears a Matchless suede jacket in SPECTRE.

The jacket is worn in some of the Morocco scenes: when Bond and Swann arrive in Tangier and later in onf the train scenes when they talk about the gun.


James Bond wears a Tom Ford Bomber jacket in the Austria scenes in SPECTRE (2015), when he arrives at the Höffler Klniik and meets dr. Madeleine Swann and during the airplane/car chase.


James Bond wears Tom Ford SPECTRE Sirrup Trousers in the Austria scenes in SPECTRE.


James Bond (Daniel Craig) wears a slim-fit silk-blend Tom Ford tuxedo jacket in SPECTRE.

The jacket is most prominently visible in the official SPECTRE posters, in which Daniel Craig poses in classic Bond position with a Walther PPK.


James Bond (Daniel Craig) wears a navy Tom Ford O’Connor Windowpane suit in the pre-title scene in SPECTRE.

Bond wears the suit in the Mexico action sequence, underneath the black 'Day of the Dead' festival suit and mask. The windowpane design can be spotted clearly when Bond shoots with a rifle from the rooftop (a scene shown in the trailers).


James Bond (Daniel Craig) wears a Tom Ford O'Connor Grey Pinstripe Suit in SPECTRE.

Bond wears the suit in the scene where he meets Q and sees the Aston Martin DB10 for the first time. The suit can also be seen in the Omega Seamaster 300 Limited Edition advertisement.


James Bond (Daniel Craig) wears a dark Tom Ford Windsor Three-Piece Suit in SPECTRE.

Bond wears the suit in the Rome funeral scene, SPECTRE meeting and Aston Martin DB10 car chase.


James Bond (Daniel Craig) wears a Tom Ford Herringbone Overcoat in SPECTRE.

Bond wears the long jacket when he meets M after the Mexico scenes.

This herringbone overcoat is made in Italy with the finest silk and cashmere blend and boasts a fine woven design with a subtle herringbone pattern alongside notched lapels, a chest pocket and single vented hem.


James Bond (Daniel Craig) wears a navy blue Tom Ford rayon piquet polo shirt in SPECTRE.

Bond wears the navy polo shirt when and Madeleine Swann arrive in Morocco and go to the hotel room.


James Bond will wear a John Varvatos Suede Racer Jacket in SPECTRE.

Bond wears this suede jacket in the scene that includes a chase with a speedboat on the Thames towards the end of the film.


In the movie SPECTRE, James Bond (played by Daniel Craig) wears two N.Peal NPG-300 Fine Gauge Mock Turtle Neck sweaters: one in the colour


James Bond wears a Fumo Grey N.Peal Cable Roll Neck NPG-299B sweater in SPECTRE (2015).

Bond wears the cashmere sweater in the scenes filmed in Austria when he meets Mr. White, together with a blue Dior Homme jacket (which is not available anywhere anymore).


In the movie SkyFall (2012), James Bond (Daniel Craig) wears a blue N.Peal Oxford Round Neck cashmere sweater under his Barbour jacket in the Scotland scenes.


Sunspel created the shirts worn by Daniel Craig in Casino Royale. The most popular one is the blue polo shirt, based on an original Sunspel design for the Italian market, this polo shirt is 100% cotton and warp knitted on old lace machines. The garment is a classic, fitted retro design available in navy & black. Other shirts include the grey t-shirt and white v-neck shirt.


In the Madagaskar, Miami Airport and Venice scenes of Casino Royale, Daniel Craig wears grey Sunspel Riviera t-shirts, as seen on the image on the left.


Designed for Daniel Craig as James Bond in Casino Royale, this Sunspel Riviera v-neck t-shirt has a refined, fitted shape and shorter sleeves than the standard Sunspel tees, memorably worn by Bond on the Spirit yacht sailing into Venice at the end of the movie Casino Royale.


James Bond (Sean Connery) wears a navy Fred Perry shirt with white embroidered Fred Perry laurel logo in the movie Thunderball (1965). Bond wears the shirt together with white Jantzen shorts.


In the movie Thunderball (1965), James Bond (Sean Connery) wears three different pairs of Jantzen shorts.


The shorts worn by James Bond (Daniel Craig) in the film SkyFall have been identified by Forum member sruzgar and confirmed by one of our sources as Orlebar Brown Setter Sky swimming shorts.


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.


In the 2012 film SkyFall, James Bond (Daniel Craig) wears a black John Smedley Bobby v-neck pullover in Shanghai. The sweater can be seen in the Shanghai bar and is part of Bond's driver outfit.

Bobby is a classic v-neck pullover, made from 30 gauge extra-fine New Zealand Merino wool and features a low vee neck and turnback cuffs for the classic John Smedley finish. 


James Bond (Daniel Craig) wears a pair of Acne Wall Street Shark Grey trousers in SkyFall (2012). He wears these pants in Shanghai, together with his Billy Reid peacoat, John Smedley Bobby v-neck sweater, white COS shirt and black tie, Dents gloves and Crockett & Jones Tetbury shoes.


In the movie SkyFall, Bond (Daniel Craig) wears a trim and short Billy Reid navy peacoat in Shanghai.

Billy Reid supplied twenty coats for the Bond 23 Production: 5 large and 15 medium. The mediums were used for "hero" shots and the larges for movement and stunt work. Eventually Daniel Craig himself ordered a personal coat in a size large.


James Bond (Daniel Craig) wears Dents 'Fleming' Leather Driving Gloves in the Rome scenes in SPECTRE.

The gloves can be seen when Bond attends the funeral in Rome and later when he drives the Aston Martin DB10 (and possibly in the last scene of the film, although this is not yet confirmed).


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).


In the movie SkyFall (2012), James Bond (Daniel Craig) wears a Zara Youth shirt with flower pattern. Bond wears the shirt when he is 'enjoying death' on a remote beach, playing drinking games. He still wears the shirt when he shows up in M's apartment in London, drinking Macallan whisky.


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.


In one of the pivotal scenes of SPECTRE James Bond wears a pair of Sanders & Sanders Hi-Top Chukka Boots.


In Quantum of Solace, Daniel Craig sports the Church Ryder III in dark brown suede with rubber sole. 


In the formal situations in Quantum of Solace, Daniel Craig sports the Church Philip in Black Calf, full leather with Oak bark soles. Bond wears the shoes at Greene's party in Bolivia, and in the following scenes, where Bond and Camille fly over the desert and their airplane is shot down.


"Step into Bond's shoes" - quite literally! Bond (played by Pierce Brosnan) wears the Church's Presley monk-style shoes in the film The World is Not Enough.


James Bond (Pierce Brosnan) wears a pair of Church's Chetwynd shoes in the movie GoldenEye (1995). These Walnut brown full brogue shoes in Nevada leather are worn in the Monaco scenes with the blue wool double breasted Brioni Plinio blazer and woolen sporty sand colour Brioni Snello trousers.


In the movie GoldenEye (1995) James Bond (Pierce Brosnan) wears a pair of black Church's Diplomat shoes. He wears these black semi-brogues during the T-55 tank chase and following train scenes, together with a blue bird's eye pattern suit (Brioni model Augusto).


James Bond (Daniel Craig) will once again wear Crockett & Jones shoes in SPECTRE. Bond wears black Crockett & Jones Camberley boots in scenes filmed in Rome, including the funeral scene and the car chase in his Aston Martin DB10.

The Camberley in black calf is a double buckle monk style boot, made using the finest calf leather with Dainite rubber soles.


James Bond (Daniel Craig) wears black Crockett & Jones Norwich shoes in many of the scenes in SPECTRE, including the Mexico opening sequence, London and the Morocco Oberhauser lair scene.

The Norwich in black calf is lace up derby shoe with straight toe cap, made from the finest calf leather with Dainite studded rubber soles.


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.


James Bond (Daniel Craig) wears Crockett & Jones Alex shoes in SkyFall (2012) and SPECTRE (2015).


In the London scenes of SkyFall (2012), James Bond (Daniel Craig) wears Crockett & Jones Highbury shoes. The Highbury model is a plain fronted three eyelet derby shoe made from the finest calf leather and features single Dainite rubber soles.


James Bond (Daniel Craig) wears Crockett & Jones Islay boots in the Scotland scenes in SkyFall (2012). Crockett & Jones announced their involvement in the film on their website on September 28th, 2012, and the Islay Dark Brown Country Calf model is pictured the


The black boots worn by James Bond (Daniel Craig) in Austria, in the Höffler Klink and the following action sequences with the airplane, are Danner Mountain Light II black bo


Daniel Craig wears a pair of black John Lobb Luffield shoes in the movie Casino Royale (2006) during the scenes in the casino.


In the workout scenes in SkyFall (2012), James Bond (Daniel Craig) wears a pair of blue Adidas Gazelle 2 sneakers. These iconic Adidas Gazelle II sneakers are available in many colours, and in leather or suede.


The shoes that Bond wears during the Casino Royale Venice scene, seem to be a pair of Nike Air Articulate II. Another hard to find item, as these were already out of production at the time of the release of the film.


The shoes that Bond wears during the Casino Royale Madagaskar chase scene, are Converse Jack Purcell OTR (On The Road). Color: Chocolate and Paprika. For the film, it seems like the costume designer has removed or covered the orange marks on the front and back of the shoe.


In the movie Licence To Kill (1989), actor Timothy Dalton wears a dove grey felt top hat with black ribbon band from Lock & Co Hatters. Bond is seen holding the hat on the way to Felix Leiter's wedding and then later in the helicopter, before the hat is shot with a bullet.


The hat that Sean Connery wears in the first James Bond movies is still available at the original store, Lock & Co. Hatters on St. James's Street in London. Ask for the Sandown model, a trilby type hat. Although the hat in film looks grey, the hat is actually brown.


Turnbull & Asser, the world renowned Jermyn Street shirt maker, launched a "Limited Collection" Shirt and Bow Tie combination which features in the film Casino Royale.


Worn by Daniel Craig in Casino Royale, this Turnbull & Asser dress shirt is equal parts a formal wear essential and secret agent-attire. Using a classic silhouette, the shirt has been designed with a unique collar, specifically designed by Turnbull & Asser, which is featured in the film.


This classic blue shirt was specially created for the film Dr. No by Turnbull & Asser and was worn by Sean Connery when he played James Bond. The shirt features the special "cocktail" cuff, which is a two button turnback cuff and is unique to this shirt.


In the 1999 movie The World Is Not Enough, James Bond (Pierce Brosnan) wears several Turnbull & Asser ties, including this black tie with grey, tan and burnt orange square motif.


In the movie Die Another Day (2002), James Bond (Pierce Brosnan) wears Turnbull & Asser Grey Tie with Blue Circle Motifs.

The tie can first be seen when Bond watches Gustav Graves land with the parachute in front of Buckingham Palace.


In the movie Tomorrow Never Dies (1997) James Bond (Pierce Brosnan) wears a Turnbull & Asser tie with his dark grey Brioni suit. This Jacquard weave tie carries an exclusive design of Navy, Brown and Sky Blue Squares, created by Turnbull & Asser.


Brioni suits are worn by Pierce Brosnan in all of his Bond movies and by Daniel Craig in Casino Royale. Brioni, a famous Italian bespoke house, was introduced to Bond by costume designer Lindy Hemming in the movie GoldenEye.


Tom Ford is Bond's tailor for Quantum of Solace (2008), SkyFall (2012) and SPECTRE (2015).


at (UK/EU) and (USA/Rest of World)Tailor Anthony Sinclair provided the suits for Sean Connery in the first Bond movies Dr.


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.


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


In the movie Quantum of Solace, when Bond visits Haiti, he wears cream coloured Levi's 306 STA-PREST jeans, with a black shirt, Church's Ryder III shoes and later a blue Adidas Y3 jacket.


The original leather jacket, as worn by Pierce Brosnan in Tomorrow Never Dies, was created by Angels & Bermans. That company was also responsible for the production of a jacket in GoldenEye.


The Ski Suit worn by James Bond in the movie The World is Not Enough was made by Omega Outdoor Agencies from the UK.


In the 2002 movie Die Another Day, Pierce Brosnan as James Bond, wears a number of products from Scottish firm Ballantyne. He stays warm in Graves' ice palace thanks to his chunky charcoal grey turtleneck sweater (and some action and hot girls as well).


A Mink Glove is used by Sean Connery in the movie Thunderball. After making love to Patricia Fearing (Molly Peters) in the steam room at 'Shrublands', he tries to relax her on the bed, massaging her with the Mink Glove.


Bogner sportswear is worn by James Bond in several Bond films. The Bogner brand was founded by Willy Borgner Sr., and continued by his son, alpine ski racer Willy Bogner Jr. Currently the Bogner brand offers Ski and Golf clothes and accessories.


James Bond (George Lazenby) wears a light brown cardigan with two front pockets and five brown leather buttons in the movie On Her Majesty's Secret Service (1969).


Q (Ben Whishaw) wears a Billy Reid Astor coat in SPECTRE. The coat will be seen in London scenes.


James Bond (Daniel Craig) wears some items from Brunello Cucinelli in the movie SPECTRE.

In the Moroccon desert scene, when Hond and Madeline Swann are waiting for the Rolls-Royce, Bond wears a brown jacket, trousers and brown braided belt by Brunello Cucinelli. According to Brunello Cucinelli, the product numbers are: