What 007 Is Wearing In 'Spectre'
James Bond's style eclipses every man in the room — discreet and intuitive, able to stand out without calling attention or blowing his cover. Bond doesn't have time to follow fashion.
Incognito - he wears a looser structured box-fit field jacket in match-all navy, and a cashmere sweater. It pairs well with a tapered straight-leg fit pant, and neutral chukka boots in suede — a Bond favorite.
Lanvin Classic Field Jacket - $1,590; N. Peal Cashmere Cable Roll Neck Sweater - $415; AMI Corduroy Trousers - $234; shoes - Sanders & Sanders Snuff Suede Chukka - $292;
Gear - Temime and Ford collaborated exclusively for Bond's ski trouser, designed from a pair of 1950's French army ski trousers Temime found. Ford elevated the trouser with a more modern fit. Bond's Omega Seamaster 300 with it's robust steel case and black and gray Nato strap not only looks sharp, it's powered by the Omega Master Co-Axial calibre 8400, a movement that's resistant to magnetic fields up to 15,000 gauss.
Jacket - Tom Ford Knitted Sleeve Bomber - $2,315; sweater - N. Peal Mock Turtleneck - $306; trousers - Tom Ford Stirrup Trousers - $1,594; shoes - Danner Mountain Light II 5 - $350; watch - Omega Seamaster 300 - $7,500; gloves - Mulberry Deerskin Day Glove - $346
Formal Wear - Ivory dinner jacket can be paired more casually with a cashmere sweater, chinos, and white leather sneakers or classic loafers. A vest in black would look great with a wool button-down collar shirt, which makes the vest less formal.
Suit - Tom Ford Herringbone Windsor Three-piece - $5,220; shirt - Tom Ford Pointed Collar Shirt with Metal Bar - $560; shoes - Crockett & Jones Camberley Boots - $785
The work suit - Tom Ford suit in a windowpane pattern adds a subtle detail that works well with every body type.
Suit - Tom Ford O'Connor Windowpane Suit - $4,229; shirt - Tom Ford Classic Fit French Cuff Shirt - $605; tie - Tom Ford Silk Faille Tie - $220; shoes - Crockett & Jones Alex Shoe - $660; handkerchief - Tom Ford Classic Silk Pocket Square - $175;
The travel suit - A linen or cotton jacket, barrel cuffs rather than French, and a pair of khaki jeans work well together for a man constantly on the go who has to balance between dressed up and casual.
Jacket - Gucci Brushed Cotton Blazer - $1,402; trousers - Theory Stretch Denim Trouser - $205; shoes - Tom Ford Barrel Cuff Shirt - $560; suitcase - Globe-Trotter Attache - $1,805; shoes - Church's Triple Sole - $694; belt - Brunello Cucinelli Braided Belt - $575; sunglasses - Tom Ford Henry Wayfarer - $405; tie - Drakes Two-tone Knitted Silk Tie - $162;
Outerwear - a double-breasted coat has more details than the everyday overcoat, the neutral color melds all the details into one cohesive piece that can dress up even a casual look.
Coat - Tom Ford Double Breasted Brushed Wool Coat - $4,260; sunglasses - Tom Ford Snowdon Sunglasses - $405; gloves - Dents Hairsheep Leather Driving Gloves - $153; shoes - Crockett & Jones Lowndes Double Monk Straps - $685;
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