Bond girls and their bras
With the release of Skyfall this month, and the return of Miss Moneypenny, we’ve been checking out the bras of our favourite Bond Girls; why not have a look at our guide to getting some sassy Bond Girl style all of your own?
A Bond Girl with a love for motorbike leather, Fiona Volpe is a cold-blooded villainess who drives too fast and refuses to be won over by Bond’s infamous charm. Played by Luciana Paluzzi in Thunderball, Fiona’s seduction of Bond actually doesn’t involve any underwear at all; in an iconic scene, he finds her waiting for him in his hotel bath tub. However, we’re pretty sure a bad girl like Fiona would love the dark and sexy lace of the Loretta Balconnet Bra.
Contessa Teresa di Vincenzo
The only woman who ever officially married James Bond, Contessa Teresa ‘Tracy’ di Vincenzo is a troubled character, played by Diana Rigg in On Her Majesty’s Secret Service. After rescuing her from a suicide attempt, Bond is invited up to Tracy’s hotel room, where she confronts him with a gun wearing only a dressing gown with a lacy white bra underneath. In true Bond style, they end up spending the night together and over the course of time they eventually fall in love. Mimic Tracy’s style with the white lace Andorra bra, or try a bridal look with the Diety Plunge Bra.
A glamorous Bond girl with a penchant for gorgeous evening gowns, the character of Vesper Lynd was originally played by Ursula Andress in 1967. Eva Green made the character her own in 2006 film Casino Royale, and although Vesper hides a terrible secret from Bond, she certainly makes no secret of her killer cleavage as she accompanies him through glitzy casinos. Show off your own assets to their full advantage with the Tango Plunge Bra.
Giacinta ‘Jinx’ Johnson
As the NSA agent who joins forces with Bond to spy on Zao in Die Another Day, Jinx was the first ever black Bond Girl to play a heroine, rather than a villainess. Played by Halle Berry, Jinx is perhaps most famous for her stunning recreation of that bikini scene from Dr No; why not recreate the look