Fashion Redefined
by the House of ROLLS-ROYCE



The House of ROLLS-ROYCE

Fashion Redefined

Art Basel Miami Beach, the center of art and fashion came alive at the Rudolf Budja Gallery, as the House of ROLLS-ROYCE had a fab event for the Cullinan Inspired By Fashion.


Style with luxury is what defines Rolls-Royce and to have these two commissions where luxury intersects with art, fashion, and bespoke motor cars is everything.


Cullinan Inspired by Fashion was designed with two distinct personas, one specifically for Black Badge Cullinan. The Bespoke designs are intended not to instruct a Rolls-Royce client what to do, but to challenge their mind’s creative eye. Whether it’s incorporating the new Starlight tailgate or the subtle combination of colors and materials to provide inspiration.



A showcases infinite Bespoke possibilities


Contemporary color-blocking trends
All-new Starlight Tailgate

As night falls on Miami’s Design District we hit the streets to better show off what fashion-forward looks like. ‘Cullinan – Inspired by Fashion’ Re-Belle is the ultimate statement piece, reflecting contemporary color-blocking trends with its vivid hues and playful combination of textures. A splash of color in the interior with Peony Pink or Lime Green accents provides an irresistible contrast to the Arctic White or Cashmere Grey leather trim.


Unleashing the daring Black Badge personality, ‘Cullinan – Inspired by Fashion’ Fu-Shion reinterprets high fashion with a utilitarian edge. Reminiscent of the Spring/Summer 2023 collections, embellished with functional elements evocative of streetwear, Fu‑Shion showcases Cullinan’s personality – the pinnacle of luxury, effortless everywhere.

Just make things even more fabulous, Cullinan – Inspired by Fashion’ is available with matching luggage sets, designed to complement each of the four interior themes. The collection comprises the 24hr Weekender, 48hr Weekender, Holdall, Tote Bag, and Organizer Pouch, offered individually or as a five-piece set.

Photography By Noe Villafuerte





Cullinan Inspired by Fashion on display at the Rudolf Budja Gallery