In GoldeneEye, Bond wears a Prince of Wales check two-piece suit to the new M’s office. The suit was originally made with a six-button waistcoat, but it was not used in the film. The jacket has a button two front in the typical Brioni cut, with a single vent, slanted pockets with flaps, and four buttons on each cuff. The trousers have turn-ups. The cloth is a blue and sand check made by Bower Roebuck in Yorkshire, as seen below.
Bond’s ivory shirt is made by Sulka and has a moderate spread collar and double cuffs. The tie is a pattern of squares in shades of blue and gold, bringing out the colours in the suit. A puffed blue pocket square brings out the blue in the tie and the suit.
On 19 December 2007, an example of this suit was sold at Christie’s in South Kensington for £19,200.