Here’s how to don Bond’s style (and what it’ll cost you), while you wait for Spectre to hit the theatres
The Bond car
$253,000 (₹1.6 cr) The iconic Aston Martin DB10 in Spectre was custom made, but the publicly available version—the DB9 GT Bond edition—can be yours
Tom Ford bomber jacket
£1,450 (₹1.5 lakh) That’s what you have to shell out for the knitted sleeve bomber jacket; pair it with with Tom Ford’s stirrup trousers, which cost £999 (₹1 lakh).
€1,303 (₹94,000) That’s the starting rate at super-luxurious Das Central resort in Solden (Austria) for a five-night package; not only because of the Bond connection, Solden is famous for its ski trails too
Android over Apple
£549.99 (₹56,000) Bond uses a Sony Xperia Z5 in Spectre; it comes with a fingerprint sensor, 23 MP camera and long-lasting battery. It can be yours for £549.99 (₹56,000).
Step out in style
£345 (₹35,000) That’s what Bond’s casual brown suede “Swansea” derby shoe costs; his formal “Alex” in black leather shoe will cost you ₹40,400; all from the very British shoemaker Crockett & Jones.
Shaken, not stirred
£160 (₹16,000) If like Bond you like dry martinis then go for a 007 limited edition Belvedere Silver Saber vodka; and if you think that’s a bit steep opt for the £35.95 (₹3,600) version without the MI6 headquarters etching on the bottle.
$6,000(₹4 lakh) That’s what the Omega Seamaster 300M that Bond wears around his wrist in Spectre will set you back by; it is designed for the adventurous, and just buying it should be enough of an adventure.
A befitting abode
£800,000 (₹8 cr) That’s the average cost of a one-bedroom apartment on King’s Road in Chelsea; where else do you think Bond would stay if not in this tory London neighbourhood?