Bottle green velvet jacket with Nehru collar; pewter grey trousers, dark green and black geometric print shirt; together with a Bond costume department label
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Oscar-winning costume designer, Jany Temime chose to design Blofeld’s costumes in a minimalist way. This bespoke bottle green velvet jacket with a Nehru collar together with pewter silver grey trousers and geometric print shirt was worn by Christoph Waltz as Blofeld in his final scenes and confrontation with James Bond (on Westminster Bridge. The style is also a nod to previous Bond villains Dr. No (Joseph Wiseman), Blofeld (Donald Pleasence) and Carver (Jonathan Pryce). This is one of four Stage 1 versions of this costume worn by Chirstoph Waltz whilst filming Spectre, 2015, the others retained by the EON Archive.

The seller of this lot has agreed to donate their entire proceeds of the sale of this lot, if sold, to the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, a registered UK charity. The Royal Academy of Dramatic Art is registered in England and Wales with registered charity number 312819. In addition, Christie’s will donate our entire buyer’s premium, less any costs incurred in selling the lot.
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