Nowadays, the sequence, when "Honey" (Ursula Andress) comes out of the ocean dressed in a white bikini with belt, is absolutely legendary. That bikini even received it‘s own name: the "Dr.-No-Bikini". In 2002, Halle Berry wore a bikini similar to Ursula’s – an homage to the first Bond girl ever.
The newest member of the "Bond Girl" family: The French actress Lea Seydoux had the honor to embody "Madeleine Swann“ in Spectre, the latest installment of the "James Bond" franchise, in 2015.
In 1995, Izabella Scorupco embodied the Russian software engineer "Natalya Simonova" in Golden Eye. Pierce Brosnan played the famous M-I6 agent for the first time that year. By the way: "Golden Eye" was already the seventeenth film of the James Bond series...
Once again, we can admire the "Dr. No-Bikini", including the belt, as it was once worn by Ursula Andress in Dr. No (1962). The gorgeous Academy Award winner Halle Berry plays the role of "Jacintha ‚Jinx‘ Johnson" in Die Another Day (2002). Although this time the bikini was orange, not white, it is still a great homage to the unforgettable Ursula Andress.
Bérénice Marlohe is the face you may know as "Sévérine" from Skyfall (2012). The French actress supposedly tried to be cast as a "Bond" girl for no less than six years. The actress got French, Cambodian-Chinese roots – that‘s why Marlohe has that rather exotic look and breathtaking beauty...
What a duo: In Tomorrow Never Dies, released in 1997, Teri Hatcher starred as the beautiful "Paris Carver". "007" used to date her, but now she is the ‘trophy wife’ of his nemesis, the psychopathic media mogul "Elliot Carver", played by Jonathan Pryce.
In 1973, it was Jane Seymour who got the much sought-after part of the beautiful Bond girl. As "Solitaire", Seymour appeared next to Roger Moore in Live and Let Die. The film was not only Roger Moore’s debut as "007", but also the start to a marvelous career for Jane Seymour.