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See James Bond's Style Evolution Over 60 Years

Double OH Seven.

In honor of Spectre, the latest Bond film, Mode put together a video showing the transformation of the 007 style over the past 60 years.

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You know, past the black tux situation. Ignore the Bond girls in this. They're pretty cheesy.

Let's enjoy a stroll down Bond memory lane, shall we?

In 1964, Sean Connery starred in Goldfinger wearing this swanky white coat/blank pants/black tie combination.

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And don't forget the red flower.

White suits him.

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In 1981 Bond, played by Roger Moore, spent some time in a slightly more casual blue jacket.

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~Smoldering~ in For Your Eyes Only.

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Goldeneye got real formal, real quick.

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1995 was a good year for Bond.

Okay, Pierce.

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Bond got down with a silky blue tie in Casino Royale.

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Damn, Daniel.

I see you in that Brioni suit.
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I see you in that Brioni suit.

And in the newest installment, Spectre, that silky blue tie makes another appearance.

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He's pretty much the only man who could jump from rooftop to rooftop without ripping a Tom Ford suit.

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But let's be honest: Bond always looks damn good.

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