Schott NYC Leather Naval Pea Coat 140
Throughout the movie The World Is Not Enough (1999), villain Renard (Robert Carlyle) seems to wear a Schott NYC Leather Naval Pea Coat 140. When we first see appearing from the 'Devil's Breath' rock (filmed in the garden of Pinewood Studios), Renard is wearing the leather jacket. The jacket is also worn in the scenes on Maiden's Tower in Istanbul, Turkey and the scenes when Renard boards the submarine. Most scenes are quite dark and it's hard to see if Renard wears a dark brown or the black leather jacket, but it mostly looks like the black version.
The only difference with the Schott jacket seems to be that the eight large buttons don't have the engraved anchor - the eight buttons on Renard's jacket are flat with raised edges.
Interestingly enough, the end credits of the film mention a company called Schott Fibre Optics (UK), which is not related to the Schott NYC clothing company.
Schott NYC (Schott Bros) is an American clothing manufacturing company located in New York City. The company was founded in 1913 by brothers Irving and Jack Schott. The company made clothing for the US Military during World War II and later also for American law enforcement. Schott NYC is still owned by the Schott family and still manufacture much of their clothing in the United States.
Schott NYC created the classic Perfecto motorcycle jacket, made popular by actor Marlon Brando in the movie The Wild One (1953).
The Schott NYC leather naval Pea Coat is available on Schottnyc.com for $840.
Thanks to Javier Avalos for the alert