The classic Jenny Packham gown worn by Kate Middleton in the Bond premiere is offered for sale at a high price.
The beautiful golden gown worn by KATE MIDDLETON at the premiere of the latest James Bond film has gone on sale for an eye-watering sum.
The legendary gown is now available as part of designer Jenny Packham’s new 007 capsule collection for royal enthusiasts who want to steal the Duchess’ golden look.
Jill Masterson, the Bond girl in the 1964 film Goldfinger, was the inspiration for the golden sequined gown with a plunging neckline and dramatic cape.
Neiman Marcus is currently offering the Jenny Packham dress for $5,488.
Kate’s gorgeous gown, however, isn’t the only 007-inspired garment up for grabs.
Ms Packham’s original outfits appear in “Die Another Day” and “Casino Royale,” and the British designer designed seven further looks inspired by the classic spy franchise.
Ms Packham discussed how the films inspired her gorgeous spy sidekick line when she announced it.
In a press statement, Packham remarked, “The Bond movies have been the cinematic constant of my life, and their splendor has always inspired me.”
“The Bond women’s outfits are unique and ageless, from Ursula Andress stepping out of the beach in her white bikini with a dagger strapped to her hip to Caterina Murino draped in sensual pomegranate satin in ‘Casino Royale.'”
Packham has a long relationship with the Duchess, who wore her designs to the previous Bond film, Spectre, in 2015.
Kate wore the golden gown to the Royal Albert Hall in London for the much-anticipated premiere of the 25th Bond film, No Time to Die.
Due to the Covid epidemic, the film was delayed for over a year and was eventually released in UK theaters last Thursday.
Along with the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall, Kate and Prince William walked the red carpet.
While Kate chose a Jill Masterson-inspired gown, William donned a suit fit for Mr Bond himself.
The final film starring Daniel Craig as 007 will be No Time To Die.
“You look jolly great,” he told the Duchess of Cambridge, who was just as thrilled with her gown as many of her followers.