He’s a style icon as instantly recognizable as his martini order (you know the one), and his tailored, British look is a perennial fashion inspo for men everywhere. James Bond, the world’s most famous fictional hitman, returns to the big screen on October 8 and No Time To Die promises to have us lusting after its hero’s sophisticated, always-apropos look.
The latest Bond film’s trailer suggests that we’re going to see Daniel Craig’s character in all sorts of hijinks: dancing with Ana de Armas in black tie; running away from the bad guys in warm-weather suiting; in the snow. Regardless of the situation, Bond is always impeccably turned out—basically, the man we want to be.
There are certain fashion tropes running through every 007 film: the universality (and versatility!) of suiting, the importance of carrying the right accessory and the value of keeping a freshly pressed tuxedo nearby. But, from what we’ve seen so far, No Time To Die has Bond sporting an equally handsome array of casual attire. So, even if you aren’t personally going full Savile Row with your wardrobe, the latest Bond flick is sure to inspire some outfit envy.
Here, we’ve curated some of the most stylish pieces that feature in the film so that you can dress, sip, travel and even snap pictures like 007 himself.
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Drake’s Crosby Chukka Boot
In the No Time To Die trailer, you might notice a particular scene with Daniel Craig wearing a tan suit, denim shirt and red necktie—and this exact chukka boot from British haberdasher Drake’s. Crafted in Italy with a premium suede upper and durable rubber crepe sole, these versatile shoes can stand up to both everyday adventures and death-defying car chases.
Brunello Cucinelli Cotton Shirt
The use of this chambray, button-down collared shirt is a perfect example of smart-casual, 007 style. Bond wears it with a light, unstructured suit (see below) for a timeless warm-weather look. With a slim fit, it’s a piece that can be worn solo or to tone down the formality of a suit—an essential for any go bag.
Massimo Alba Sloop Suit
Stiff Savile Row tailoring has its time and place, but every international man of mystery also needs something a little softer in his repertoire. For Bond, that means this casual, deconstructed corduroy suit from Massimo Alba. “It’s important and relevant for me to mention that we are in no way sponsors of the film,” Alba tells us, explaining that the film’s production team reached out requesting the Sloop suit from the designer’s existing collection. Alba says he’s pleased to see his suit chosen for “scenes in which James Bond appears less restricted by his quintessential, one-dimensional masculinity.”
N. Peal Commando Pants
These slim, utilitarian pants were a collaboration between the film’s costume designer, Suttirat Anne Larlarb, and N. Peal, which has a long history of stocking Bond’s wardrobe. “In each of the films, there has always been an essential look that emerges from the closet of 007, one that effortlessly combines a certain modern and informal utility with the expected refinement of Bond’s signature style,” Larlarb says. These pants’ functional details, she says, “were all chosen and developed not only to fulfill the practical needs of the costume, but in keeping with the essence of Bond’s character.”
Globe-Trotter No Time To Die Luggage Collection
Ferry your precious cargo in the same stunning suitcases that Bond totes in the latest film. The capsule collection includes two sizes of 4-wheel trolley bags and an attaché briefcase in 007’s signature green. While absolutely built to last, the hardy fiberboard is not, unfortunately, bullet-proof.
Connolly No Time To Die Linen Cotton Giubbino Jacket
“I think any brand that dresses men always has Bond in their vision,” Connolly owner Isabel Ettedgui tells us. “This Giubbino jacket had just arrived in our collection and it was, therefore, such a thrill [that it] aligned with what Daniel Craig wanted to wear. It’s an unusual style and can be worn like an over-shirt or a jacket…It feels great on, especially driving, [thanks to] its roomy and shorter cut.”
Leica Q2 007 Edition Camera
Leica’s retro-minimalist aesthetic gets the Bond treatment in this special edition, finished with luxe ocean green leather and a gun barrel design on the lens cap. The camera comes in a customized leather Globe-Trotter case inspired by the aforementioned luggage. The camera launched in September in conjunction with an exclusive exhibition at the Leica Gallery in London showcasing behind-the-scenes photos by producer Michael G. Wilson, Daniel Craig and more, all shot on Leica cameras.
Bollinger Special Cuvée 007 Limited Edition
As the official champagne of 007 for over forty years, pretty much any bottle of Bollinger will be good enough to grace Bond’s coupes. But this year, the maison has produced a limited-edition package printed with Bond’s silhouette alongside his iconic Aston Martin DB5. Inside, the bottle of Special Cuvée is emblazoned with a 007 seal instead of the usual Bollinger emblem. Just remember: it’s the martini you should shake, not the bubbly.
Crockett & Jones James Oxfords
“The tuxedo is the most iconic of the James Bond wardrobe looks, and the finishing touch to the tuxedo is, of course, the right pair of shoes,” says Larlarb, the film’s costume designer. Historic British shoemaker Crockett & Jones is behind several of Bond’s shoes (including a derby and another chukka) but the standout is his fanciest dress shoe, this sleek, whole-cut Oxford with a box calf upper and a hand-grade leather sole. The shoes come with a chrome shoe horn, shoe brush and a pair of specially made shoe trees, all embossed with the 007 logo.