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Spy look in from the cold; Style on Sunday; Bond girls back on the high street.


DRESS to kill and indulge your inner Bond girl for autumn/ winter '17. Velvets, satin, sequins, lace and metallic - this season is all about showstopping glamour.

And what could be more decadent than taking a page out of the Bond girl style repertoire? Effortlessly stylish and fabulously flawless in the face of danger, the iconic wardrobe choices of Bond girls past and present serve as perfect inspiration for your winter wardrobe. Channel a modern day femme fatale in Debenhams' stunning new autumn/winter collection which boasts seductive gowns, chic cocktail dresses, luxe velvet trouser suits and fierce but ladylike daywear. It's essentially a Bond girl capsule

wardrobe with Vesper Lynd type gowns such as the smouldering sequin burgundy creation by No1 Jenny Packham at [euro]330.

Love Pussy Galore's sharp tailoring? Then checkout the knockout monochrome dress by Siren by Giles Deacon ([euro]180) and RJR John Rocha velvet suit jacket at [euro]77.50 and trousers for [euro]67.50.

British actress Zena Marshall wore a striking blue Chinese silk dress in character as double agent Miss Taro in Dr No, get the look for less with the gorgeous Oriental inspired tea dress by NINE by Savannah Miller dress, a steal at just [euro]88.50.

Galore in Bond Be Russian agent-ready in J by Jasper Conran's fiery red coat at [euro]247.50 or Studio by Preen's vinyl trench by [euro]180.


ICONIC Pussy Galore in Bond

Studio by Preen [euro]77.50

Siren by Giles Deacon [euro]180

RJR John Rocha jacket [euro]77.50 trouser [euro]67.50

No1 Jenny Packham dress [euro]330

J by Jasper Conran coat [euro]247.50

Studio by Preen coat [euro]180 and jumper [euro]77.50

NINE by Savannah Miller dress [euro]88.50

JAPANESE GIRL Miss Taro in Dr No

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Publication:Sunday Mirror (London, England)
Date:Oct 15, 2017
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