In Casino Royale, Bond wears a casual outfit in Miami anchored by a dark brown leather jacket from Giorgio Armani. The zip-front jacket has four outer pockets with flaps and box pleats. Underneath the jacket Bond wears a grey crew-neck t-shirt made by Sunpel. The shirt has a fitted body and a short length. The shirt can be found on the Sunspel website.
The flat-front, plain-weave linen trousers are the “Larked” model by Ted Baker in a colour they call “mink”, which is taupe. They have a flat front, belt loops, straight legs, a full break and a plain hem. The side pockets are slanted and there is one rear jetted pocket on the right. The trousers are carried over from the previous outfit worn at The One&Only Ocean Club.
In a 2006 interview with (what is now) mi6-hq.com, costume designer Lindy Hemming talked about the leather jacket:
“Well, there’s a leather jacket that Daniel wears in the film. That jacket was $4,000 when I saw it in Los Angeles and I showed it to him and we all agreed it had to be in. And so I talked to Armani and they said ‘yes, yes, OK, we’ll make it for you..’ and I thought ‘oh no, we’ll never be able to afford this..’ and I warned everybody and said ‘look,, it’s this really iconic jacket but it cost $4,000…’ and we needed like a huge number, probably 25 – you can see how the budget goes up. But do you know that they made them for me in the factory and they only charged me something like 400 euros each. So things like that are really great. The good thing for me is that the people who make the Bond films, Michael (Wilson) and Barbara (Broccoli), are very, very supportive.”