Grace Jones: 5
Killer bodysuits, leggings and martial arts moves? Yes please. Grace Jones embodied ’80s glamor with unparalleled flair and personality – and remains iconic to this day.
Ursula Andress: 4
This look is now a dime at the beach, but for the ’60s it catapulted her to instant fame and secured her a place in fashion history. A white men’s shirt over a bikini stands the test of time.
Roger Moore: 4.5
Known as the most comedic Bond, Moore used fashion as a way to enhance his character. He introduced Bond to ’80s glam après-ski with white ski jackets with shoulder pads worn over fitted black and brown turtlenecks. Pure fashion gold.
Daniel Craig: 4
Despite being known for his athletic physique, Craig brought a very glam and rugged appeal to the Special Agent. A fan of tight-fitting figures, whether in suits or sportswear, he has always been very powerful.
Halle Berry: 5
Who doesn’t love an orange bikini with a white belt for a weapon? Based on European runs this season, this look is a lot like the present, but Berry’s star power makes it timeless.
Honor Blackman: 4
As Pussy Galore, Blackman epitomized empowerment through the use of menswear-inspired costumes which she contrasted with the now famous gold leather fitted waistcoat.
Pierce Brosnan: 3
Brosnan has always opted for traditional and classic costume silhouettes, with a soft spot for three-piece suits to reinforce the character’s British character. The addition of a three-piece to the Bond tuxedo uniform gave it a new touch of glamor.
Sean Connery: 5
The jury is still out on whether Sean Connery was the best 007, but his cropped shorts and 70s camping shirts are definitely Bond’s perfect outfits. Shaken, never stirred.