In celebration of 60 years of the James Bond film franchise, British cashmere company N. Peal London has reimagined some of the spy’s most iconic and memorable looks in cashmere while revisiting signature styles that were not just inspired by Bond, but actually worn by the secret agent as portrayed by actor Daniel Craig in “Skyfall” (2012), “Spectre” (2015) and “No Time To Die” (2021).
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Styles range from a short-sleeved collared polo retailing for $235, to a three-piece suit at $1,690 — each inspired by 007’s wardrobe from “Goldfinger” (1965) — and include cashmere sweaters, as well as jackets, sportcoats, an overcoat, and, of course, dinner jackets. This is the historic brand’s first foray into tailored clothing for men.
N.Peal London is a long-established specialist in luxury cashmere knitwear. Founded in Mayfair’s iconic Burlington Arcade in 1936 the brand has enjoyed a long association with the movie industry, from being the cashmere brand of choice for the likes of Marilyn Monroe, Cary Grant, and Elizabeth Taylor to the modern-day Bond franchise. N Peal has a robust online presence supported by five stores in London and a flagship on Madison Avenue in New York. The brand is owned by Adam Holdsworth who lives in Yorkshire, England, and has 30 years of experience in the cashmere industry.
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