Daniel Craig’s best outfits from 13 years of James Bond films

Daniel Craig’s best outfits from 13 years of James Bond films


Shockingly, for the first look we get of Craig as Bond in 2006’s “Casino Royale,” he’s wearing a vaguely Tommy Bahama-esque shirt and is positively filthy.

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Craig ran the gamut of looks in “Casino Royale.” Here’s the classic tux.

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Here, Bond matches his suit and expression with the newly drab MI6 headquarters in 2012’s “Skyfall.”

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Taking a break from solids, here’s Craig-as-Bond in a navy windowpane check suit in 2015’s “Spectre.” (He’s not exactly dressed for the Day of the Dead festivities, but we’ll let that go).

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Both Craig’s face and his motorcycle jacket have seen better days by this point in “Quantum of Solace,” but his Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean watch remains unblemished.

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Though filmmakers have varied Bond’s look through Craig’s tenure, the tailored suit — seen here in “Quantum” — has remained a constant.

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We’ll forgive “Spectre” the hoary old dramatic cliché of the “fraught chess game” simply because that’s a really great turtleneck.

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Exuding a strong “wealthy divorced Manhattanite” energy here, Craig pouts in an excellent overcoat in “Spectre.”

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Nice winter layering and some vaguely steampunk-ish snowglasses from Bond here in “Spectre,” though all black isn’t really smart snow camouflage, tactically speaking.

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We’re not legally allowed to run a gallery of Bond looks without a martini somewhere.

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You didn’t think we were going to go a whole gallery without one shirtless picture, did you?

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