Together with her performances as Madeleine Swann, Léa Seydoux now holds the honour of being the primary Bond actor to seem as a love curiosity throughout a number of movies—and he or she has the proper wardrobe to match. Whereas the standout vogue second of 2015’s Spectre was undoubtedly the ravishing, dusty inexperienced satin gown she wore whereas having dinner with Bond on an opulent sleeper practice, in No Time to Die, Seydoux’s wardrobe is extra informal, befitting her working life as a psychologist. That doesn’t imply there aren’t nonetheless a couple of fabulous appears to be like on present, nonetheless—most notably the slinky Massimo Dutti white ribbed gown she wears in the course of the movie’s nail-biting opening sequence in Matera, Italy.
6. Jane Seymour as Solitaire in Dwell and Let Die (1973)
Showing because the mysterious tarot reader Solitaire in Dwell and Let Die, Jane Seymour’s lavish costuming may need stolen the present if it weren’t for the movie’s visible spectacle, with areas together with Jamaica, New Orleans, and Harlem. Solitaire’s wardrobe consisted of an array of dramatic headdresses and opulent robes, making her appears to be like among the many most iconic (and distinctive) of all Bond ladies.
5. Halle Berry as Jinx Johnson and Rosamund Pike as Miranda Frost in Die One other Day (2002)
Die One other Day had so many nice appears to be like we couldn’t decide only one Bond lady to incorporate. First up, there’s Halle Berry’s jaw-dropping entrance as Jinx Johnson, an American NSA operative whom Bond meets on the seashore in Cuba as she emerges from the water. (She wears an orange bikini and matching diving belt crafted by costume designer Lindy Hemming in a pitch-perfect homage to Ursula Andress’s iconic look in Dr. No.) Then, there was Rosamund Pike’s flip because the duplicitous agent Miranda Frost, together with her most memorable look coming throughout a celebration scene at an ice resort, the place Pike is completely dressed for the event in a one-shoulder silver robe dripping with crystals.