How to get James Bond's style

Take your style cues from what Daniel Craig is wearing (and driving) in Spectre.

Peter Iantorno October 28, 2015

We’ve been expecting you, Mr Bond. And now finally you’re here, beating up baddies, charming ladies, and looking impossibly suave in a suit. Daniel Craig slips his trusty Walther PPK into his pocket for his fourth outing as 007 in Spectre.

This time he’s up against the lunatic villain Franz Oberhauser, played by Christoph Waltz, owner of the most terrifying giggle in Hollywood. Here’s what’s in Bond’s overnight bag.

Watch: Omega Seamaster 300 Spectre limited edition

Based on the 1950s Seamaster, this updated version not only comes with a 12-hour diving ceramic bezel, but it will also feature a newly added ‘lollipop’ seconds hand – because every second counts when you’re 007, right?

And the best bit? You can buy the very same watch that will adorn Bond’s wrist, as Omega is selling a limited edition of 7,007 units for $7,500 a piece. Details:

Shoes: Crockett & Jones

You can tell a lot about a man by his shoes, and thankfully for Bond, in Spectre he will be wearing a pair of crackers courtesy of Crockett & Jones.

The storied English shoemaker has been working miracles from leather since 1879, and this pair of suave Norwich derbys in black calf will suit Bond down to the ground. 

Suit: Tom Ford

Bond simply has to have a sharp suit, and suits don’t come much sharper than a bespoke number from designer-to-the-stars Tom Ford.

Spectre will be the third consecutive film that Ford has dressed Daniel Craig as James Bond, and he seems to look more dapper with every release. “James Bond epitomises the Tom Ford man in his elegance, style and love of luxury,” says Ford. Details:

Car: Aston Martin DB10

“The most exclusive DB ever”, the Aston Martin DB10 is set to be Bond’s main car in Spectre (with a Jaguar C-X75 in the garage as back up). The stunning piece of machinery is the latest in a long line of iconic Bond cars, going all the way back to the DB5 in 1964’s Goldfinger.

Want one? You’ll be lucky – only 10 have been made and all of them have been used in the film’s production. Judging by the way James Bond drives, we’re guessing they’ve picked up a few scratches along the way. Details: