There are only three key palettes. Always black, blue and grey _ the conventional colours of classic suiting. There's some beige, but earthly palettes like beige and brown are reserved for the one particular release where the wardrobe is closely related to the colour that appears in the movie's name _ Goldfinger.
‘The bikini scenes are really Daniel Craig’s,’ said Bronwyn Cosgrave of the look that has made Craig the most in-your-face Bond.
As the consummate icon of glamorous machismo, James Bond sticks to classicism in terms of colours, although there's much more to every stitch and seam of his clothes than the numbers of women he's bedded.
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