Stylist: George Cortina
Jacket: Anderson & Sheppard
Trousers: Henry Poole
→ tailoring and pattern cut by Bella Glanville and Daniel Alexander respectively
Makeup Artist: Polly Earnshaw
Hairstylist: Petra Sellge
Shoes: Crockett & Jones
Did you see the buzz going around Daniel Craig this week? Well, look no further, because we are here to talk about the “No Time To Die” premiere he attended at the Royal Albert Hall on September 28, 2021 in London, England.
Craig wore a bespoke Anderson & Sheppard double-breasted dinner jacket made from 15oz pink cotton velvet from Scabal. The jacket had side vents, covered buttons and turn-back cuffs.
↑ According to Anderson & Sheppard‘s Instagram, in the pictures above you can see coat cutter Leon Powell and Andrew Goldberg, National Sales Manager of Scabal UK, inspecting the last 34 metres of pink 15oz velvet cloth, which arrived from Scabal‘s central warehouse.
The color is no longer available, but may make a comeback given its success on the red carpet.
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There is an interesting story behind the actor’s choice for the trousers: according to the brand, Daniel Craig went to the Henry Poole boutique (almost two years ago) at the very start of the premiere journey for the movie, and he bought himself a classic Henry Poole dinner suit in the style Midnight Blue Wool Barathea–little did we know that the trousers would walk the international premiere, almost 2 years later.
The watch Craig was wearing is an Omega Aqua Terra 150M in 18-karat gold with a white dial, paired with black patent leather Crockett & Jones Oxfords with thick strings.
No Time to Die is a 2021 spy film and the 25th in the James Bond series produced by Eon Productions.
This was Daniel Craig‘s fifth and final outing as the fictional British MI6 agent.