In celebration of 60 Years of James Bond, N.Peal has reimagined some of the British spy’s most iconic and memorable looks in cashmere, whilst revisiting their signature styles that were worn by the secret agent in SkyFall (2012), SPECTRE (2015) and No Time To Die (2021), as part of their James Bond 60th Anniversary Collection.
Cashmere V-Neck Sweater and Cotton Cashmere Polo Shirt – Goldfinger Edition
The James Bond Family Crest Cashmere V Neck Sweater and the Cotton Cashmere Polo Shirt are inspired by the original Slazenger Burgundy Heritage Golf Jumper and Grey Polo Shirt worn by James Bond (Sean Connery) during the golf match with Auric Goldfinger (Gert Fröbe) in Goldfinger (1964).
The James Bond Family Crest Cashmere V Neck Sweater is made from 100% Mongolian organic cashmere, the versatile V neck style is crafted in a dark plum colour with contrasting white stitching at the breast showing the Bond family crest, and is finished with an N.Peal 007 stitched label and exclusive swing ticket.
The James Bond Cotton Cashmere Polo Shirt is reimagined in a super soft blend of 85% cotton and 15% cashmere, and features a Milano stitch collar for contrast texture with a three button fastening with Alcantara trim, and is finished with an N.Peal 007 stitched label and exclusive swing ticket.
The Milano Knitted Jacket and Cashmere Roll Neck Sweater – Moonraker Edition
The Milano Knitted Jacket and Cashmere Roll Neck Sweater are inspired by James Bond’s original outfit worn during Moonraker (1979) when James Bond (Roger Moore) finds himself in a free fall battle for a parachute when the plane’s pilot decides to exit mid-flight. Having secured the parachute he then narrowly escapes the assassin, Jaws, mid-air before heading for a smooth landing.
The Milano Knitted Jacket is made from 100% Mongolian cashmere, and features Milano stitch for strength and texture, four elegant buttons with two patch pockets and a subtle breast pocket, side vents, cuff buttons and a revere collar.
The Cashmere Roll Neck Sweater is made from luxuriously soft Mongolian organic cashmere, and features a ribbed roll neck, set-in sleeves, and ribbing at the cuffs and hem.
Smoke Grey Roll Neck Sweater – You Only Live Twice Edition and Woven Three-Piece Suit – Goldfinger Edition
The Smoke Grey Roll Neck Sweater is inspired by the Roll Neck Sweater worn by James Bond (Sean Connery) in You Only Live Twice (1967) when he is captured by arch enemy Ernst Stavro Blofeld (Donald Pleasence) whilst attempting to board his space rocket. Blofeld proceeds to explain to Bond his masterplan to start a global war.
Made from a super soft blend of 85% cotton and 15% cashmere, the roll neck design is made in a smoke grey colour with a fold-over in fine rib, and with ribbed cuffs and hem.
The Woven Three-Piece Suit is inspired by the scene in Goldfinger (1964) where after narrowly avoiding death by high powered laser at the hands of Goldfinger, a drugged James Bond (Sean Connery) wakes to find himself on Goldfinger’s private jet where he meets the pilot, Pussy Galore (Honor Blackman).
Made from 100% wool, the three-piece suit is expertly woven for a fine finish, with exquisite detailing that reflects the original worn in the film.
The single breasted jacket has a relaxed fit and features grey viscose satin lining, two button fastening, notch neck lapel, central back vent, interior pockets, front flap and ticket pockets, and four buttons on each sleeve.
The trousers are tailored with a slim leg, double pleated front, slanted side pockets, back jetted pockets, regular rise, zip fly, belt loops, internal buttons for braces, and come with an unfinished leg length so they can be altered and alteration suitable waistband.
The single breasted waistcoat has a six button fastening with grey viscose satin lining, notch neck lapel, welt pockets and standard back strap with buckle adjuster.
Woven Check Jacket and Navy Cashmere Tie – The Man with the Golden Gun Edition
The Woven Check Jacket and is inspired by the scene in The Man with the Golden Gun (1974) where James Bond (Roger Moore) arrives at Francisco Scaramanga’s (Christopher Lee) private island.
Made from a blend of 69% Wool, 16% Silk, 13% Linen and 2% Polyamide, the woven jacket features an eye-catching check pattern, similar, but not the same as that worn by James Bond.
The classic cut single breasted jacket has a relaxed fit with double back vents, and features a half lining in copper orange viscose satin, with notch neck lapel, small front flap pockets and three interior pockets.
The Navy Cashmere Tie is inspired by the tie worn by James Bond (Sean Connery and Roger Moore) in Goldfinger (1964) and The Man with the Golden Gun (1974).
Made from 100% Mongolian cashmere with a birdseye stitch for a gentle textured look, the tie measures 139cm in length and is 6cm at its widest part.
Woven Midnight Overcoat and Woven Nehru Jacket – Dr. No Edition
The Woven Midnight Overcoat is inspired by the midnight navy overcoat worn by James Bond (Sean Connery) in Dr. No (1962) when he enters the office of Universal Exports, acting as a cover for MI6.
Made from a blend of 90% Wool and 10% Cashmere, the single breasted overcoat has a full navy blue viscose satin lining and a standard notch lapel with navy velvet on the upper label, and features three interior pockets and front flap pockets, with smart three button fastening with a central back vent and four buttons on each sleeve.
The Woven Nehru Jacket is inspired by the scene in Dr. No (1962) where James Bond (Sean Connery) and Honey Ryder (Ursula Andress) wake to find themselves captive on the island of Crab Key. The pair are provided fresh clothes and invited to dine with the SPECTRE operative Dr. Julius No (Joseph Wiseman).
Made from a blend of 90% Wool and 10% Cashmere, the jacket features a Nehru style collar with burgundy velvet contrast on the inner collar and a full navy blue viscose satin lining, and features three interior pockets, jetted front and ticket pockets, with a central rear slit, smart button fastening and four buttons on each sleeve.
Woven Dinner Jacket in White Goldfinger Edition and Woven Dinner Jacket in Midnight Navy Blue The Spy Who Loved Me Edition
The Woven Dinner Jacket in White is inspired by the scene in Goldfinger (1964) where In the opening scene, James Bond (Sean Connery) infiltrates the oil storage depot where Mr. Ramirez has his drug lab and plants a bomb. Casually slipping off his wetsuit to reveal a full dinner suit he enters a local bar, ignoring the subsequent explosion minutes later.
Made from a woven combination of 96% Wool and 4% Elastane with Silk Satin trim, the single breasted jacket has a relaxed fit with an off white viscose satin full lining, and features three interior pockets and front jetted pockets, two rear slits, peak lapel and four buttons on each sleeve, and fastens with two elegant and matching silk satin covered buttons.
The Woven Dinner Jacket in Midnight Navy Blue is inspired by the scene in The Spy Who Loved Me (1977) where In Egypt, James Bond (Roger Moore) and KGB agent Major Anya Amasova (Barbara Bach) are searching for a missing microfilm. Their search takes them to a site of ruins in the Egyptian desert where they are confronted by the assassin, Jaws.
Made from 100% Cotton (Velvet) with coordinating Silk Satin trim, the single breasted jacket has a relaxed fit with a black viscose satin lining and a velvet finish with silk satin trim, and features two matching silk satin covered buttons, three interior pockets, peak lapel, two rear slits and four buttons on each sleeve.
Each jacket and three-piece suit will be delivered in a suit carrier instead of N. Peal’s bespoke James Bond packaging, to ensure the product arrives in the best possible condition.