Designing 007: Fifty Years of Bond Style

Bond Dubai_Logo_Black‘Designing 007: Fifty Years of Bond Style’ exhibition officially opened yesterday at
Burj Khalifa ANNEX at a press event attended by stars, exhibition curators, VIPs,
and dignitaries.

Marking 50 years of the Bond franchise, the event was fronted by a star-studded panel,
which included Caterina Murino – who played the leading lady in Casino Royale; Irka Bochenko – The Blonde Beauty in Moonraker; and Tonia Sotiropoulou – who starred in Skyfall;  alongside EON Archive Director, Meg Simmonds; and guest curator, Bronwyn Cosgrave. They took an in-depth look at the craft behind creating a multi-billion-dollar franchise and the difficult process of selecting the very best props, costumes and memorabilia for the exhibition, from the extensive archive.

‘Designing 007: Fifty Years of Bond Style’ is expertly curated to highlight the craft behind the cinema icon – James Bond – focusing on its distinctly British luxuriance. Presenting the design and style of the, now, more than half-century old franchise, ‘Designing 007: Fifty Years of Bond Style’ unveils the craft behind the sets, the music, gadgets, vehicles, technology and fashion – in a showcase never seen before in the Middle East. On showcase are items including Scaramanga’s Golden Gun from The Man with the Golden Gun and Daniel Craig’s wardrobe from Casino Royale, the Spectre Aston Martin DB10 and more.

Since its successful debut at the Barbican Centre, London, in 2012, ‘Designing 007’ has been exhibited in Toronto, Shanghai, Melbourne, Moscow, Rotterdam, Madrid, Mexico City, and Paris.

Tickets for ‘Designing 007’ are now available at:

www.burjkhalifa.ae/en/James bond with special packages which include At the Top, Burj Khalifa access, Dubai Aquarium & Underwater Zoo entry, or Reel Cinemas James Bond screening tickets also available. The exhibition runs from November 14, 2016, until February 13, 2017.

A couple of pictures from yesterday’s press event!

 

Outfit – Elle
Makeup – Mac
Accessories – Dior Bag and Longines watch


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