Daniel Craig + Co.: James Bond event becomes a glamor spectacle

Daniel Craig + Co.
James Bond event becomes a glamor spectacle

Daniel Craig

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A new 007 collection? We have to celebrate this! Numerous stars are celebrating a new Bond design in London – and Daniel Craig is there in an elegant tuxedo.

Stars and glamor as far as the eye can see: On Wednesday evening, numerous celebrities will be in London for the launch of a new 007 watch collection from the luxury label Omega, which was designed to mark the 60th anniversary of the James Bond films. The last 007 to date was also there in person: Daniel Craig, 54.

The ex-James Bond inspires in a tuxedo

As James Bond, he no longer has the license to kill, but Daniel Craig certainly hasn’t lost his license to inspire. The British actor appears on the associated red carpet in old Bond manner and wears an elegant black tuxedo with a bow tie to match the festive occasion. Underneath he wears a white shirt and of course an Omega watch should not be missing as a noble accessory.

Daniel Craig in an elegant tuxedo.

Daniel Craig in an elegant tuxedo.

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The ladies add glamour, too

Another eye-catcher of the evening is actress Hayley Atwell, 40. She shows herself in a baby-blue chiffon dress by Sabina Bilenko and also ensures sheer glamour. The tight-fitting dress of the actress enchants above all with its golden corsage and the deep décolleté. She combined a gold clutch with feathers, gold platform shoes and small silver earrings.

Hayley Atwell in a Sabina Bilenko couture gown.

Hayley Atwell in a Sabina Bilenko couture gown.

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These celebrities are celebrating too

“Riverdale” star KJ Apa, 25, actress Daisy Edgar-Jones, 24, “We Are the Millers” actor Will Poulter, 29, and “Dead Girls Don’t Lie” star Alisha Boe, 25, are getting big Don’t take Bond party. Some of the props, including Bond’s Aston Martin, were auctioned off to mark the 60th anniversary of the films. In addition, the successful films were all temporarily available on Prime Video.

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