James Bond (Daniel Craig) wears a brown Giorgio Armani leather jacket in the movie Casino Royale (2006). Dupont 5174 cufflinks in Casino Royale during the first meeting with Vesper (Eva Green) in the highspeed train to Montenegro.
The jacket is worn during the scenes in Miami, when Bond kills Alex Dimitrios at the Body Worlds exhibition and follows his henchman to the airport. The 5174 cufflinks are square with a curved lines design, made from palladium (also available in gold and in black).
The dealer, played by Andreas Daniel, at the Casino Royale poker table wears a Omega Speedmaster The Legend Michael Schumacher 35.
This watch with red dial, three black subdials and chronograph is a special edition from the Omega Speedmaster collection.
It features a self-winding automatic chronometer movement Caliber: Omega 3301.
Worn by Daniel Craig in Casino Royale, this Turnbull & Asser dress shirt is equal parts a formal wear essential and secret agent-attire.
Using a classic silhouette, the shirt has been designed with a unique collar, specifically designed by Turnbull & Asser, which is featured in the film.
Designed for Daniel Craig as James Bond in Casino Royale, this Sunspel Riviera v-neck t-shirt has a refined, fitted shape and shorter sleeves than the standard Sunspel tees, memorably worn by Bond on the Spirit yacht sailing into Venice at the end of the movie Casino Royale.
One of the most famous pieces of jewellery in Bond movie history is the Algerian Love Knot necklace by Sophie Harley, worn by Eva Green (who plays Vesper).
The intricate necklace features in not just one but two Bond films, Casino Royale (2006) and Quantum of Solace (2008).
Now, five years after that last movie, the love knot necklace and collection including the earrings are still a popular part of Sophie Harley's impressive collection.
The playing cards and chips seen in the One&Only Ocean Club poker scene in Casino Royale (2006), are created by Cartamundi.