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The Collaboration | Rolls-Royce v Art-Deco

The Collaboration | Rolls-Royce v Art-Deco

Amid all the brand new metal on show at the Paris Motor Show this weekend, Rolls-Royce has gone retro.

 

Yes, as you can probably tell from these eye-catching posters, Rolls-Royce has gone back to the Twenties and Thirties for some design inspiration, unveiling new Art Deco-inspired versions of its Phantom and Ghost models at Paris this weekend.

On the face of it, Rolls-Royce and and the Art Deco movement seems like a natural fit.

The Phantom Saloon (below) features contrasting black and arctic white interior, and an Art Deco-inspired interior including stainless steel inlays in the telephone drawer, door cappings and rear picnic table (yes, everyone needs one).

The Ghost (below) is in two-tone, jubilee silver atop cobalto blue, whilst the interior features a host of Art -Deco detailaing.

The new interpretations will be available to customers on request. Have a think.

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