At Home with Bond: 007’s Life in London’


November’s issue of The London Magazine is all about Bond.

Coinciding with the release of Spectre, the twenty-fourth James Bond film, directed by

Sam Mendes and starring Daniel Craig for his fourth time in the title role, London Magazine

paints a picture of what Bond’s life might be like in London in 2015.  

Channelling the Bond-fever that has struck London since Spectre hit UK cinemas at the end of

last week, London Magazine’s Maria Fitzpatrick imagines where a 21st Century Bond would

live, eat, drink and shop.

Using clues from the original Ian Fleming novels, as well as some more contemporary ideas,

London Magazine suggests how you too could live the James Bond lifestyle. 

And the centrepiece of the issue is the double-page photograph by Rebecca Pierce, retouched

here at Studio Invisible, of the man himself, complete with silk dressing gown, crystal decanter

and mysterious briefcase, surveying a sunset view of the capital.

The very stylish cover, shot on location at the exclusive Heron Tower, captures ‘Bond’, Martini

in hand, reading a ‘Top Secret’ document with a fantastic view of The Shard. 


Head over to The London Magazine website to read the whole article, or get your hands on a

copy to browse over a Martini at one of 007's favourite haunts - shaken not stirred, obviously.




Photography: Rebecca Pierce

Art Direction: Kris Short 

Model: Chris Walters

Styling: Wendy Quintana at David Artists

Retouching: Studio Invisible