Daniel Craig

Bond Wardrobe Review 21: Casino Royale (2006)

With Casino Royale, the Bond series was rebooted 'as if this is the first Bond picture and there never were any others', in producer Michael G. Wilson's words. There was almost a clean slate for how to interpret the character, which meant that the costume design also had an opportunity to start fresh.

Two Unstructured Jackets: Different Fits, Same Concept in Licence to Kill and Spectre

Timothy Dalton’s navy Teba jacket in Licence to Kill and Daniel Craig’s light brown lounge jacket from Brunello Cucinelli in ...

James Bond’s Rare Button-Down Shirts

James Bond has dabbled with button-down shirts on only a handful of occasions, so the shirt is not a particularly Bondian sty...

How James Bond Wears a Pocket Square

James Bond is not an adventurous pocket square wearer. His goal is to always keep his pocket squares subtle so they don't sta...

The Evolution of Daniel Craig’s Suit Fit in the James Bond Films

Daniel Craig is famous for the tight-fitting suits he wore as James Bond, but his fits weren’t always that way. Changes in fashio...

Jeans Bond: Does Denim Fit 007?

Blue jeans are one of the most important garments of the past century, but until recently they were not part of James Bond’s styl...

Daniel Craig’s Vintage-Style Safari Suit in Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery

In his first film since leaving the role of James Bond, Daniel Craig returns to the part of Detective Benoit Blanc in the 202...

What Does ‘It’s Tailored!’ Mean?

Casino Royale features one of the most iconic clothing-related scenes of the James Bond films. James Bond finds a dinner jack...