Never mind the gadgets and exotic locations – for fashion-lovers the greatest thrill over last week's first trailer for the new James Bond film was a glimpse of the wardrobe Daniel Craig will sport in No Time To Die.
Any man hoping to emulate 007's style will need not only Craig's athletic physique but also more than £20,000 to spare.
That would buy about 20 items identified so far, including three suits from designer Tom Ford, each costing more than £3,000, and shoes by Crockett & Jones, the long-established firm which has a Royal Warrant.
Suited and booted: Daniel Craig's Bond costs £175 to emulate his bow tie and £3,250 if you want to snap up his suit
Tailor-made: Connery's wardrobe cost close to £100 but will need £20,000 to keep up with Craig's wardrobe
Perhaps the most eye-catching single item is the navy cable knit jumper by Mayfair-based cashmere label N Peal which Craig has been wearing in the first poster images and costs £400
The outfits for Sean Connery in the first film, 1962’s Dr No, cost just £133.50
This blue Brunella Cucinelli Twill Effect shirt cost £360 - but it currently sold out as is the £800 suit
This simple looking outfit will set you back £575 - not including the rather tatty shoes
The Tom Ford O'Connor Navy Prince of Wales Check suit is £3,260
This outfits features an £1,100 Massimo Aiba Cotton Khaki Long Jacket
Bond wouldn't be Bond without his Omega Seamaster watch - with a price tag of £5,220
The watch alone costs £5,200: a new Omega Seamaster, marketed under the slogan 'No Time To Dial'.
Perhaps the most eye-catching single item is the navy cable knit jumper by Mayfair-based cashmere label N Peal which Craig has been wearing in the first poster images and costs £400.
P.S. Sean Connery's entire wardrobe cost just £133.50
Bond captivated filmgoers right from the start with his smooth fashion sense – but at far less cost. The outfits for Sean Connery in the first film, 1962’s Dr No, cost just £133.50. Even taking inflation into account that would equate to little more than a thousand pounds in today’s money.
However, while it might appear to be the ideal Christmas 'dad' present, be warned: it isn't available to buy until the new year and demand has been so overwhelming that pre-orders have already been halted.
Also still yet to come to the market are the £360 designer sunglasses from Los Angeles-based brand Barton Perreira.
The £800 suit by Italian fashion house Massimo Alba, which Craig wore for a scene in which Bond jumps off a bridge, has already sold out.
And you'll also look in vain, for the moment, both for the grey Tom Ford jeans and boots by British brand Drake's which Craig wore to film in Jamaica.