The collection, created by Rolls-Royce Bespoke Designer, Michael Bryden, consists of two Grand Tourer valises, three Long Weekender bags and one Garment Carrier. Designed to specifically highlight its two-tone finish, the collection complements the design principles of the Wraith itself and enables customers with the opportunity to personalize their luggage to match the interior of their car, with customized hand-stitching done by master craftsmen (who wore white gloves to do so in order to preserve the leather, no less). Winning!
The design of the luggage collection was inspired by insights from head butlers at some of the world’s most respected hotels, who noticed that frequent and accomplished travelers rarely handled their own luggage. Only one small bag is usually handled by the owner. Because of this, the company paid particular attention to the Long Weekender bag that features even weight distribution and a perfectly smooth finish on the handle.
Rolls-Royce utilized carbon fiber for the suitcases' internals. The stitching is matched to the color of buyers' Rolls-Royces, and the handles have an invisible stitch to ensure a smooth finish. Buyers also have a choice between a two-tone or monotone leather exterior appearance.
The collection includes six pieces, each of which is embossed with the automaker's Spirit of Ecstasy logo.
The luggage set lists from $45,854 in the United States, though Rolls-Royce says that pieces can be purchased individually from dealers.
Source : HauteLiving, MotorAuthority