- A two-piece suit of charcoal serge with light blue rope-stripe by Tom Ford, worn by Daniel Craig as James Bond in Skyfall

The single-breasted jacket with pale blue handkerchief folded in the breast pocket, labelled Tom Ford, Made in Switzerland, with further label to interior pocket embroidered Tom Ford, Daniel Craig, Bond 23, the care label with printed details including client name and size, 48F, inscribed in an unknown hand in black felt pen Bond, Stage 1, the matching trousers with turn-ups, similarly labelled, together with a pale blue cotton shirt, labelled Tom Ford, Made to Measure and a silk tie in charcoal check. (4)
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Lot Essay

According to Jany Temime, Costume Designer for Skyfall, it was a conscious decision to return to the iconic look of the 1960's James Bond, in the spirit of celebrating 50 years of Bond. Once Daniel Craig told Jany what he wanted, together they fitted hundreds of original vintage jackets and different shapes of trousers until they found the perfect fit; a tighter cut with a narrower lapel and a single vent. From this, Jany created a mood board which she took to Tom Ford, who very quickly made up some samples. After three fittings, the final suits for the film were completed, and all three were delighted with the end result.

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