Rolls-Royce Phantom received a luxurious embroidery of a million stitchesDecember 12, 2019
The inspiration for creating such a pattern was the rose garden located on the territory of the brand’s headquarters. This rose variety is one of a kind; only Rolls-Royce has it.
A businessman from Stockholm made an order with the Rolls-Royce Bespoke Collective design bureau for a unique Phantom with floral ornaments in the interior. It is reported that this took a million stitches.
The inspiration for such a unique performance was the local rose garden, located at Rolls-Royce’s headquarters in Goodwood, England, where the unique Phantom Rose variety grows. This is the only place in the world where you can meet this species. The variety was bred by breeder Philip Harkness specifically for the British automaker. These flowers are also called “ghostly”, they became the starting point for embroidery in the salon Rolls-Royce Phantom, built by order of the entrepreneur. A complex pattern is created on the roof, doors and front panel of the car.
Designers were able to illustrate the “ghost rose” in various degrees of flowering – from the bud to the opened flower. It is worth noting that due to the asymmetric arrangement, it seems that roses grow along the roof lining starting from its rear. In low light, flowers are illuminated by fiber optic fibers embedded in the casing.
The seats are made of pale blue leather Charles Blue with a contrasting dark edging, and on the front panel under the glass is a traditional “Gallery” with “growing” roses.
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