It’s one of the most anticipated film of the year: Bond’s long-awaited 23rd mission, arriving 50 years after 007 first graced our screens in Dr No. Daniel Craig reprises his role as the world’s most famous secret agent steps into his tux for the third time with Sam Mendes at the helm and an incredible cast including Javier Bardem, Ralph Fiennes, Bérénice Marlohe, Naomie Harris and Ben Whishaw.
Pay attention,007 style fans, if you are attempting to perfect your 2012 James Bond look in time for 007’s return to the screen this November, the latest, wardrobe-focused video blog for the new Bond film Skyfall has landed. In it, costume designer Jany Temime reveals that she worked closely with Daniel Craig on the shape of the close-fitting suits – near enough to his body to show it off almost as well as a pair of blue swimming trunks, supple enough that he can unrestrictedly defend the realm from Javier Bardem – before getting Tom Ford whom previously worked on Bond project Quantum of Solace, manufactured what Temime describes,”exceptionally well made” suits for Craig on Skyfall. “The fabric is amazing. The suits are indestructible; whatever happens, he stands up and they are perfect.”Pay attention. Watch the clip below, in which Temime explains what makes Tom Ford’s James Bond suits “indestructible” and how the wardrobe doesn’t get lost in the midst of all the exotic locations.