It's all about Bond
Celebrating 50 years of the icon
Since its creation in 1953, and inception in film in 1962, James Bond has become a quintessential part of British culture, amassing 21 films, seven 007’s, and scores of memorable stunts, gadgets, and girls.
ALL ABOUT BOND: Photographs by Terry O’Neill at Proud Cheslea is a 50 year celebration of the film enterprise, showcasing Terry O’Neill’s exclusive photographs of the world of Bond.
From the glamour to the guns, Terry O’Neill’s dazzling shots provide a rare chance to see the famous faces of the films, up close and personal.
We take a sneak peak at some of the photographs from this special exhibition.
Honor Blackman on the set of 'Goldfinger', Miami, 1964 © Terry O'Neill
Roger Moore posing with a gun, 'Live and Let Die', London, 1980 © Terry O'Neill
Sean Connery reflection, 'Diamonds are Forever', Las Vegas, 1971 © Terry O'Neill
Sean Connery, Diamonds are Forever, 1971. © Terry O'Neill
ALL ABOUT BOND: Photographs by Terry O’Neill runs from 13 September until 4 November 2012 at Proud Chelsea, 161 King's Road, London, SW3 5XP. For more information visit www.proud.co.uk
Daily tip from the lady archive
"DEEPLY-ROOTED is the idea that men are indifferent to dress, while the ladies, God bless them, think of nothing else"The Lady, With Prejudice, 8th January, 1942