Daniel Craig debuted his new sophisticated gold quiff on Thursday as he attended the glitzy Clooney Foundation For Justice event in New York with his elegant wife Rachel Weisz.
The British star, 55 – who is known for playing secret agent James Bond – proudly showed off his new cut and color as he lovingly held hands with 53-year-old The Mummy actress at the second annual Albies Awards held at the New York Public Library.
The former silver fox wore a pair of trendy wire-rimmed glasses, along with his youthful new ‘do.
And he came dressed to impress in a double-breasted suit and matching bow tie.
Craig – who was recently spotted on a bike ride in London – donned a pair of sleek black dress shoes that were tied with laces to add a finishing touch to his overall look.
New hair style! Daniel Craig, 55, debuted his new gold quiff on Thursday as he joined his elegant wife, Rachel Weisz, 53, at the glitzy Clooney Foundation For Justice event in New York
Mr. Bond Goes Blonde: Daniel has grown his locks and brightened the color as well
Before and after! The actor, known for his role as James Bond, was seen in his natural silver fox look (left) in July before opting for a golden shade (right)
Specifications Attractive: The actor completed his look with trendy wire-rimmed glasses
He was accompanied by his wife Rachel, who dressed elegantly in a figure-hugging black and silver patterned dress that fell down and hit the floor.
The sleeveless dress featured a plunging V-neck for a sultry glow and was easily held up with thick straps that wrapped around her shoulders.
The Dead Ringers star opted for minimal accessories to let her ensemble be the center of attention, adding dainty silver bracelets on her right wrist.
Weisz clutched a black rectangular clutch to hold a few items she’d need at the star-studded event in the Big Apple.
Her dark locks were parted in the middle and flowed effortlessly down her shoulders in light waves.
The happy couple, who tied the knot in 2011, lovingly held hands as they took a break for a quick photo session together on the red carpet.
Daniel and Rachel first met in 1994 when they starred in the London production of Les Grandes Horizontales. Craig was married to his ex-wife, Fiona Loudon, at the time and the couple welcomed daughter Ella, 31.
Brave: The actor wore a neat dark blue suit consisting of a double-breasted blazer and matching trousers
Dressed to impress: He added a white shirt underneath, as well as a dark blue bow tie to coincide with the color scheme of his look
Getting ready for the event: Craig put on a pair of sleek black dress shoes that tied with laces to add a finishing touch to his overall look
Craig and Weisz officially started dating after being cast in the 2010 film Dream House.
The following year, in June 2011, the lovebirds secretly tied the knot in an intimate ceremony with just four guests witnessing the nuptials.
During a conversation, the actor talked about keeping their wedding out of the public eye GQ in 2012, stating, “We got away with it. We did it privately. And I have a lot of people to thank for that.’
In September 2018, the couple welcomed their first child together: a daughter. Rachel also shares her son Henry, 17, with ex-fiance and director Darren Aronofsky.
Earlier this year in April, the Constantine actress gave a rare glimpse into both her and Daniel’s private lives and admitted the pair have no plans to work together again just yet.
“I don’t think we’re going to do that at this point. I think we really like our private life as a life, as a family. And then we will work separately,” she told Willie Geist during an interview Sunday today.
She continued: ‘We really enjoyed that experience, but it also means we can switch things up.’
‘So I can stay home with the family while he works. We can trade. If we’re both doing something at the same time, it’s probably less ideal.’
Stunning: The Dead Ringers star opted for minimal accessories to let her ensemble be the main focal point, adding dainty silver bracelets on her right wrist
So sweet! The happy couple, who tied the knot in 2011, lovingly held hands as they took a break for a quick photo session together on the red carpet
Star-Studded: The Albies for the Clooney Foundation For Justice took place at the New York Public Library and attracted A-list celebrities such as Scarlett Johansson and Emily Blunt; George and Amal Clooney seen above
The Albies for the Clooney Foundation For Justice took place at the New York Public Library and attracted A-list celebrities such as Scarlett Johansson and Emily Blunt.
The special awards ceremony was “created by George and Amal Clooney to shine a protective spotlight on courageous right defenders in danger,” the paper said. official website.
The Albies are named after ‘anti-apartheid hero Justice Albie Sachs, who received a Lifetime Achievement Award at the opening event’.
Five individuals were honored at the ceremony, including human rights lawyer and Congolese gynecologist Dr. Denis Mukwege, “for his heroic leadership to end rape as a weapon of war and save the lives of women in the DRC.”