The Living Daylights - A two-piece suit in fawn gaberdine, worn by Timothy Dalton as James Bond in The Living Daylights, donated by Timothy Dalton
- A three-piece cocktail ensemble, designed by Emma Porteous, worn by Maryam d'Abo as Kara Milovy
- A digital reproduction print of the signed original costume design by Emma Porteous, titled 'Living Daylights', 'Kara', Costume 4
The single-breasted jacket labelled Benjamin Simon, Leeds, London, the matching trousers with printed waistband Benjamin Simon, accompanied by a letter of authenticity from Timothy Dalton; the cocktail ensemble comprising a midnight blue velvet, opera-style coat, the cuffs embroidered with stylised 'Greek-Key' pattern beadwork, the ground embellished with clear glass and blue tasselled beads, with a halter neck body of slate grey-blue silk jersey, with beaded tassel to the neck, and a matching wrap-around skirt, the waistband with corresponding beadwork, labelled Lawrence Easden, London. (6)
The Living Daylights
Release Date: 1987
James Bond: Timothy Dalton
Bond Girls: Kara Milovy - Maryam d'Abo
Rosika Miklos - Julie T. Wallace
Rubavitch - Virginia Hey
Linda - Kell Tyler
Liz - Catherine Rabett
Ava - Dulice Liecier
Bond Villains: General Georgi Koskov - Jeroen Krabbé
Brad Whitaker - Joe Don Baker
General Leonid Pushkin - John Rhys-Davis
Director: John Glen
Title Song: The Living Daylights - A-ha
THE ARTWORK IN THIS LOT IS OFFERED WITHOUT COPYRIGHT AND OTHER REPRODUCTION RIGHTS. All proceeds from the sale of this lot will be donated to The National Youth Theatre.
Bond is seen wearing the suit in Tangiers, Morocco when he ambushes General Puskin in his hotel room at the Ile de France.
After first admiring the cocktail ensemble at the hotel shop in Vienna Kara Milovy is seen wearing the costume when Bond, posing as Koskov's friend, takes her to the opera and the funfair in Vienna, where they kiss on the big wheel.