Every piece of clothing from Sene is cut from scratch to fit the wearer based on over 20 measurements. This trench-coat inspired overcoat is 100% wool from limited-stock fabric.
(Christie's Auctions)
(Christie’s Auctions)

The Aston Martin has been James Bond’s car of choice since 1964. So it makes sense that Christie’s would find a high-bidder for the spy’s latest ride, the DB10, used in Spectre. It sold for $3.4 million at auction this year. 

The auction’s DB10 was one of a series designed and engineered specifically for the film. Though most of Spectre’s DB10s were modified for use in various scenes, this car is one of just two drivable autos, which include a plaque signed by actor Daniel Craig. 

The auction also included a number of other items from Spectre, including Bond’s Day of the Dead costume, which sold for $140,658; his Omega Seamaster 300 wristwatch, which sold for $132,090; and villain Oberhauser’s 9-carat gold SPECTRE ring, which sold for $46,410.