The 007 Issue
Issue 10 (Winter 2015)
Sorbet’s winter 2015/16 issue is packed with all things Bond in celebration of 2015’s Spectre, from which Bond girl and French actress Léa Seydoux graces our cover as her fun, quirky and modest self. Every inch the natural beauty, Léa talks to Sorbet about her new role as Dr. Madeleine Swann and what makes her tick. Aside from the modern day Bond girl, we reintroduce the best of the bunch since the film series debut Dr. No (1962) – Ursula Andress rising out of the sea in that white bikini will never be forgotten – as well as the actors who have played the role James Bond, the most memorable villains and the cars that got everyone talking. We also delve into topics such as stunts, gadgets, Bond’s renowned sense of style and Ian Fleming, the mastermind author behind James Bond spy novels, and take a look back at those golden James Bond movie posters from the 1960s, 70s, 80s starring 007 favorites Sean Connery and Roger Moore. In true Bond style, our fashion shoots are back with a bang and reinterpret famous scenes from our favorite Bond movies, not to mention our exclusive inside story with French fashion designer Hervé L. Leroux (who invented the famous bandage dress) and French actress Carole Bouquet, who played Bond girl Melina Havelock in For Your Eyes Only (1981).
The 007 issue is not only a tribute to one of the most famous spy series of all, but a collector’s item that’ll make the perfect coffee table read. So, buy your copy now and pour yourself a martini (shaken, not stirred, of course) and enjoy James Bond the Sorbet way.