• Kate Middleton's dress is available to purchase as part of designer Jenny Packham's new 007 capsule collection
  • It's on sale at stores for $5,488
  • Middleton's gown was inspired by Bond girl Jill Masterson from 1964's "Goldfinger"

Kate Middleton's glamorous gold gown at the "No Time to Die" world premiere is now in stock.

The dress the Duchess of Cambridge wore to the premiere of the latest James Bond film is available to purchase as part of designer Jenny Packham's new 007 capsule collection, People reported. The collection, which starts from $2,759, is an eight-piece collaboration between Packham and the filmmakers to celebrate the 60th anniversary of James Bond.

"From Ursula Andress walking out of the ocean in her white bikini with a knife strapped to her hip to Caterina Murino in 'Casino Royale' draped in sultry pomegranate satin, the fashions of the Bond women are unique and timeless," Packham was quoted by People as saying. "Creating a collection of Bond-inspired gowns in collaboration with EON Productions has been incredible."

The caped gown features a plunging neckline that is slightly more revealing than the one the duchess wore on the red carpet and is embellished with folded sequins and crystals on a base of glitter tulle. It also has a different shoulder structure compared to Middleton's dress.

Those who want to rock the look can get it at Neiman Marcus, Net-a-Porter or other stores for $5,488.

According to the British designer, Middleton's gown was inspired by Bond girl Jill Masterson (Shirley Eaton) from 1964's "Goldfinger" who met an untimely death after she turned the tables on her boss. She was painted entirely gold and died of skin suffocation.

In addition to Middleton's dazzling dress, the collection also includes two dresses that are recreations of actual Packham designs worn in two other Bond films, "Die Another Day" and "Casino Royale."

"The Bond movies have been the cinematic constant of my life and their glamour has always inspired me," Packham said of how the James Bond franchise influenced her career. "So, when I am asked to describe a highlight in my career — to see one of my designs in a Bond film is absolutely one of them."

Meanwhile, Middleton may have also paid homage to her late mother-in-law with her gold dress.

Princess Diana wore a similar gown when she made an appearance at the premiere of "A View to a Kill" in 1985, though the late royal's ensemble was silver and created by royal-favorite designer Bruce Oldfield. However, both Middleton and Princess Diana's Bond premiere gowns featured the same silhouette, V-neck and waist-cinching detail, Page Six reported.

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LONDON, ENGLAND - SEPTEMBER 28: Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge laughs as she meets other guests at the "No Time To Die" World Premiere at Royal Albert Hall on September 28, 2021 in London, England. Jack Hill - WPA Pool/Getty Images