The House Of Rolls-Royce

 

The House of Rolls-Royce

Spring Summer 2017

In is no secret that we at UnnamedProject.com  and our previous magazines eCityofStyle.com and eCityofAutos.com  are massive fans of Rolls-Royce. With the House of Rolls-Royce new Spring/Summer 2017 Couture collection our appreciation is at a new level. Isn’t it fabulous that the biggest news in fashion is coming from a luxury auto maker?

Rolls-Royce and the world of Haute Couture have long been bound by the philosophy of taking the very finest materials and crafting them into the most exquisite and desirable luxury goods as expressions of their clients’ taste and lifestyle.

Under the leadership of Design Director Giles Taylor, a team of talented designers were hand-picked from the world of fashion, fine textiles and luxury accessories including textile specialist Cherica Haye from the Royal College of Art and leather technologist Michelle Lusby who previously worked at Mulberry. Their work has seen the incorporation of fine silks and unexpected textures into the interior environment of truly bold and distinctive Bespoke commissions.

 

 
 

 
 

 

Andalucian White

Mugello Red, Cobalto Blue or Mandarin Accents - From Rolls Royce.

In creating ‘Dawn – Inspired by Fashion’, these designers selected the neutral canvas of white upon which to base three vibrant colors that will set the tone for 2017’s Spring/Summer collection; Mugello Red, Cobalto Blue or Mandarin. Subtle accents of these colors adorn interior aspects of each Dawn, whilst the ‘Silent Ballet’ of the roof as it rises to provide shelter from the paparazzo’s lens unleashes a brushstroke of color to catch the style-spotter’s eye.

Dawn’s exterior color scheme of Andalucian White is beautifully accented by a hand-painted coachline which drapes over the curve of the car’s hip as the line flows backwards along the car, reflecting the identical splash of color provided when the soft-top roof is in place.

Clients are invited to commission their personal style statement to ensure they appear wrapped in the latest couture offering from the world’s leading luxury goods house for the new season and next year. The House of Rolls Royce.

 

 

 
 
 

 
 

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