Tom Ford Windsor Tuxedo Jacket SPECTRE

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Tom Ford Windsor silk-blend tuxedo jacket
photo © Mr. Porter

photo © MGM, Danjaq, LLC and Columbia Pictures
SPECTRE poster featuring the ivory tuxedo jacket
photo © MGM, Danjaq, LLC and Columbia Pictures

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.

In the film, Bond wears the jacket in the train in Morocco, when he has dinner with Madeleine Swann (who wears a Ghost dress and David Deyong earrings), and during the following fight with Mr. Hinx.

The luxurious, silk-blend tuxedo jacket is crafted with padded shoulders and faille peak lapels for a sharp look. The jacket is lined in sleek satin. Available at Tom Ford boutiques, or online at Mr. Porter for £2,530 / $4,390 (sold out) or Harrods for £2,550 (sold out).

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Bond also wears a slim fit white Tom Ford evening shirt with french cuffs and black Tom Ford O'Conner evening pants, and a pair of Crockett & Jones Alex shoes, and the Omega Seamaster 300 SPECTRE Limited Edition watch. Craig wears a red carnation in the left lapel, perhaps as a nod to Goldfinger (1964) in which Sean Connery also sported a white dinner jacket with peak lapels, black bow tie and red carnation. Harrison Ford wore a similar outfit in Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom.

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Costume designer Jany Temime said in a recent tweet on the 007 account about Bond's tuxedo: "I took my inspiration from Humphrey Bogart in Casablanca".

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Comments

Sorry to be a pedant, but, like Craig's Dinner Jacket, Sean Connery's is also Ivory, not white.

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