Casino Royale

Comparing Daniel Craig’s Navy Pinstripe Suits

Quantum of Solace begins moments after Casino Royale ends with James Bond wearing a two-piece navy pinstripe suit. Bond is supposed to be wearing the same three-pi...

Black Swimming Trunks

Very little of Daniel Craig's black swimming trunks in Casino Royale are seen. These trunks have a drawstring waistband, a thick white stripe on either side of the...

Recovery: Dressing Gowns in Casino Royale

James Bond recovers from Le Chiffre's torture in Casino Royale wearing comfortable, loose clothing. The first outfit consists of a dressing gown over a jumper an...

Le Chiffre’s Velvet Dinner Jacket

Although there was an attempt to make Mads Mikklesen's Le Chiffre in Casino Royale a less flamboyant villain, at the poker table he wears a flashy black velvet d...

Navy Herringbone Raincoat

Yesterday was Daniel Craig's 46th birthday, and in honour of that and spring approaching we take a look at his elegant navy raincoat in Casino Royale that he wea...

Introducing Daniel Craig

Daniel Craig was announced as the new James Bond in Casino Royale at a lavish press conference on 14 October 2005, which was coincidentally Roger Moore's 78th bi...

Felix Leiter: The Dinner Suit

The one man at the poker table in Casino Royale who is arguably more elegantly dressed than James Bond is Felix Leiter. Jeffrey Wright plays the latest Felix Lei...

Shawl Collar Cardigan in Venice in Casino Royale

Daniel Craig wears two different cardigans in Casino Royale. In the opening scene, he wears the film's first cardigan under a pea coat, and this cardigan has a s...