Bond aesthetics permated pop culture in the late twentieth century and no end of examples can be given. One favourite of mine is the video to Spandau Ballet's 1983 hit 'Gold', a song which continues to be ubiquitous on air time in advertising campaigns, 80s retrospectives, etc. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=ntG50eXbBtc
The video is nicely conceptualised and well shot, for its vintage. Tony Hadley clearly indulges a Bondian, angled free-wrist gunbarrel pose (1.56 and 2.09-2.13), the like of which might have graced an 80s Bond movie poster (cf. 81's FYEO poster, AVTAK's 85 and - ultimately - TLD's 87 poster: is Dalton the 'Hadley Bond'?); the video's golden girl (0.47, a la Brownjohn) evades Hadley in fleeting shots (e.g 2.02) which perhaps anticipate the aesthetics of May Day fleeing Bond on Eiffel Tower stairwells (an AVTAK sequence used in the music video of 'A View To A Kill' for Spandau Ballet's fellow New Romantics, Duran Duran); and the final shots of the golden girl on the bed clearly tribute GF again, with her lifeless arm drooping down in 3.26 and Hadley looking wistfully over her.