While the James Bond franchise certainly has its fair share of memorable moments (we’ll never be able to look at a Vesper Martini the same way again), the international man of mystery and his alluring female companions definitely deliver in the fashion department.
The highly anticipated No Time To Die is no different.
The film, which marks Daniel Craig’s last foray as the handsome secret service agent, sees Bond once again don his perfectly tailored tuxedos and gallivant around town in an Aston Martin (while remaining immaculately dressed, of course).
However, the real star of the show was the phenomenal midnight-coloured gown worn by the alluring Ana de Armas.
Unlike other iconic Bond Girl outfits (Honey Ryder’s white bikini is a timeless classic), this dress has a special place in our hearts. It’s designed by our very own Michael Lo Sordo, and after selling out no less than four times on NET-A-PORTER, this iconic dress can be yours.
Appearing on the movie’s promotional posters and within the pinnacle fight scene, this sexy backless number showcases Paloma’s (Ana De Armas) impeccable style and prowess.
Aptly named the “Bond 007” the plunging neckline and dainty cross over details makes for the perfect choice for an evening out on the town, or for when you want to live your own Pussy Galore fantasy.
The mighty maxi has a license to thrill, we want this gown shaken, not stirred.
Interestingly enough, Lo Sordo actually changed the name of the dress for the occasion. You may recognised this piece by its previous name “The Alexandra” which rose to prominence after being featured in the cult classic Schitt’s Creek.
After Alexis Rose (Annie Murphy) wore an ivory version of the dress in the season finale the garment garnered a plethora of media coverage, leading to the garment to fly of the proverbial shelves.
The iconic silhouette has become synonymous with Lo Sordo’s effortless elegance, and a hot commodity the world over. Made from liquid-silk satin, the dress is highly coveted and is adored by Hollywood royalty, including blonde bombshell Margot Robbie who donned the look for I, Tonya premiere.
The dress also marks the second time an Australian celebrity (yes, the garment is without a doubt a VIP in its own right) has appeared in the award-winning series. The first? The second ever actor to portray James Bond, George Lazenby.
Considering the iconic outfit has already sold out quite a few times, be sure to get in quick. This is one piece you don’t want to miss.
Shop Michael Lo Sordo’s Bond 007 Paloma Maxi Dress below.
Bond 007 Paloma Maxi Dress, $1,790 at Michael Lo Sordo