Car fanatics, we have your attention! If you’re looking to upgrade and checking out some unique designs, we have some fashion inspiration from some timeless collaborations between established super car and fashion brands! Check these out below.
Peugeot 205 Lacoste (1984)
Peugot’s range resonates with the tennis world ever since the 1984 sponsorship for Roland Garros. Lacoste’s brand image was then highlighted all over the car, starting from the replication of the tennis court on its tires, while the body boasted off pastel white and dark green hues representing the tennis court and the Lacoste crocodile. Because of its success, this sponsorship was repeated for two consecutive years after that.
Maserati Quattroporte Ermenegildo Zegna (2014)
To celebrate Maserati’s 100 years of success, the Zegna featured its interiors with leather and silk, and grey and beige. The console has a walnut finish in the brass context, and also displays the One of 100 sign.
Mercedes Benz 300 SL BAPE (1996)
To this day, only 11 specimens of this model have been given this look and finish as a part of AMG project. It was designed for the Sultan of Brunei as a part of his humongous Royal collection. A Camo pattern has been opted for this model which is a Japanese brand and also goes noticed because of its deep V8 voice and low profile tyres.
Land Rover Defender Paul Smith (2016)
The launch of the Iconic Defender also gave inspiration for Paul Smith to design something of his own. The cultural background of the Land Rover being driven on different landscapes is what brought out its funky colours. A specific Pantone reference has been taken into consideration to design 27 colours on the vehicle’s exterior.
Bugatti Chiron Hermès (2019)
Wealthy customers love buying expensive cars and hence customization are key. This edition of the Hermes features custom upholstery, a transparent glass roof like never seen before, some embellishes to make it look like a hypercar that isn’t easily available to all.
Which one is your favourite?
Source: NSS Magazine