007 Exhibition: 60 years of James Bond hats exhibit

007 Exhibition: 60 years of James Bond hats exhibit

November 12, 2022 0 By 007 Travelers

What: 60 years of James Bond hats exhibit. Lock & Co. unveils original prop hats from the six decades of 007.

Where: Lock & Co. Hatters, 6 St. James’s Street, London, England

Visited by 007 Travelers: 5 November 2022

007 Travelers recommends this lovely exhibition. You should absolutely visit when in London!

Here are some pics taken at Lock & Co Hatters.

Read more about Lock & Co. Hatters here (Wikipedia)

On the 26th of October 2022, Lock & Co. opened “60 Years of James Bond Hats”, an exclusive exhibition celebrating the film franchise’s 60th Anniversary.

Featuring hats from the six decades of Bond films – including several Lock & Co. designs – the exhibition is a chance to see original pieces of movie history from the 007 Archive, some of which have never been shown before. The exhibition will be at Lock & Co., St James St, London, from 26th October to January 2023.

James Bond’s Royal Navy Commander cap
Worn by Pierce Brosnan
Tomorrow Never Dies“, 1997

Fans of fashion history, film history and James Bond are able to see hats alongside supporting props and costumes worn by characters from the series, curated by EON Productions’ Archive Director Meg Simmonds. Highlights include Oddjob’s lethal bowler hat from “Goldfinger” (1964) and Bond’s Day of the Dead top hat and skeleton suit from “SPECTRE” (2015). Visitors will enjoy photo opportunities including a Moneypenny-style hat stand, and props including Goldfinger‘s golf shoes and Raoul Silva‘s police assessories from “Skyfall” (2012).

Bond girl Kara Milovy‘s white cotton nurse’s hat
Worn by Maryam D’Abo
The Living Daylights“, 1987
SPECTRE“s (2015) “Day of the Dead” costumes
Pirita / 007 Travelers and “SPECTRE” (2015) costumes
Silva’s (Javier Bardem) hat and phone from “Skyfall” (2012)
James Bond’s Lock & Co. top hat
Worn by Timothy Dalton
Licence to Kill” (1989)
James Bond’s clown hat
Worn by Roger Moore
Octopussy” (1983)
Bond henchman Adolph Gettler’s glasses
Worn by Richard Sammel
Casino Royale” (2006)
James Bond’s hats in “Octopussy” (1983)
Worn by Roger Moore
Drax Enterprise Corporation space helmet
Moonraker” (1979)
James Bond’s white fencing mask
Worn by Pierce Brosnan
Die Another Day” (2002)
Photos from “SPECTRE“, 2015 (top), “The Living Daylights“, 1987, (middle) and “Thunderball“, 1965 (below)
Photos from “Moonraker“, 1979 (top), “Goldfinger“, 1964 (middle) and “SPECTRE“, 2015 (below)
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Bond girl Domino’s brother Angelo Paluzzis’s blue cloth pilot cap
Worn by Paul Stassino
Thunderball” (1965)

About Lock & Co.

Established in 1676, Lock & Co, is the oldest hat shop in the world, the oldest shop in London & one of the oldest family-owned businesses still in existence. Revered for centuries-honed craftsmanship, Lock & Co.’s innovative designs have graced the heads of some of the greatest figures in history, Admiral Lord Nelson wore their bicorne into the Battle of Trafalgar. Sir Winston Churchill adopted their Campbridge and Homburg hats as his trademarks. Dashing author Oscar Wilde was a fan, while the equally debonair Beau Brummell procured their hats as part of his sartorial repertoire. No matter the customer, what everyone has come to expect from Lock & Co. is the best: the best designs, the best fabrics, the best service. These continue to be upheld by the 7th generation of the family, who still runs the business from the shop at No. 6 St. James’s Street, London, today. Two Royal Warrants attest to Lock & Co.’s commitment to quality that is trusted worldwide. Lock & Co.’s passion for hats is unbounded, their expertise, unrivalled, and they are what makes them the hat brand not only in the UK, but also globally.

About EON

EON Productions Limited and Danjaq LLC are wholly owned and controlled by the Broccoli / Wilson family. Danjaq is the US based company that co-owns, with Metro Goldwyn Mayer Studios, the copyright in the existing James Bond films and controls the right to produce future James Bond films. EON Productions, and affiliate of Danjaq, is the UK based production company that has made the James Bond films since 1962 and together with Danjaq controls all worldwide merchandising. For more information, visit 007.com & 007store.com