From Eva Green in Roberto Cavalli to Grace Jones in Alaïa, find all the best Bond fashion moments here.
We all know that James Bond is more than capable of pulling off a razor-sharp tailoring moment, whether the classic Savile Row three-piece suits designed by Anthony Sinclair for Sean Connery or the sleek Tom Ford fits favored by Daniel Craig. But the franchise’s real standout fashion moments have always come courtesy of the Bond girls, the sidekicks (and sometimes adversaries) of Bond whose prowess in a fight to the death is matched only by their sartorial flair.
And as the role of the Bond girl, or Bond woman, has evolved over the years, so has her style. While the actors of yesteryear were more likely to be found in bikinis or negligees, today they’re as often sporting a killer suit as a couture gown. Here, we round up all the best onscreen fashion moments from Bond movies across seven decades—all the way up to the latest film, No Time to Die.
10. Olga Kurylenko as Camille Montes in Quantum of Solace (2008)
While Quantum of Solace is often (and perhaps unfairly) maligned as the weakest film of the franchise’s Daniel Craig era, it didn’t disappoint in the style stakes. That’s in no small part thanks to Olga Kurylenko’s showstopping turn as Camille Montes, a woman seeking revenge against the film’s villain for the murder of her family. As one of the tougher Bond girls in recent memory, it only felt right that she should wear a look by Prada; that the black cocktail dress with a sweetheart neckline and wide shoulder straps should be effortlessly stylish too was simply the cherry on the cake.
9. Honor Blackman as Pussy Galore in Goldfinger (1964)
This story originally appeared on: Vogue - Author:Liam Hess