This July London’s Barbican Centre celebrates the 50th anniversary with the exhibition ‘Designing 007 – 50 Years of Bond Style‘, from 6th July to 5th September. Curated by the Barbican, with guest-curation by fashion historian Bronwyn Cosgrave and Oscar®-winning costume designer Lindy Hemming, the exhibition will take audiences on a trip into the style of 007 and the iconography that made the Bond films so exceptional.
From their website:
The Barbican marks the 50th anniversary of the James Bond franchise, from 1962’s Dr No to this year’s Skyfall, with a unique exhibition showcasing the inside story of the design and style of the world’s most influential and iconic movie brand.
In collaboration with EON Productions and with unprecedented access to their archives, Designing 007 will be a multi-sensory experience, immersing audiences in the creation and development of Bond style over its auspicious 50 year history.
It will explore the craft behind the screen icons, the secret service and villains, tailoring and costumes, set and production design, automobiles, gadgets and special effects, graphic design and motion graphics, exotic locations, stunts and props.
Read more about the exhibition here.
You can already book tickets here, which may not be a bad idea.