To celebrate the brand’s 10th year at Cannes, what could be better than the result of a daring new endeavour never yet undertaken by any jeweller? That was exactly what Fawaz Gruosi unveiled alongside Patrick Marinoff, CEO of the prestigious Maybach car manufacturer.
Presented by 10 fashion models, the Maybach customised by de GRISOGONO is every inch a work of art in itself. An ultimate luxury object featuring Fawaz Gruosi’s initials engraved in black diamonds on the leather upholstery of its rear armrest.
Other luxurious details include dashboard counters rimmed with white diamonds, as well as the signature de GRISOGONO scrolled motif featured on the car’s veneer trim. This amazing vehicle is the epitome of what can happen when two symbols of excellence unite in reinventing elegance.
It’s considered to be one of the most prestigious events at the Cannes Film Festival: the legendary “de GRISOGONO Party” in the Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc at Cap d’Antibes. One particularly precious highlight is set to sparkle here this evening.
Swiss jewellery manufacturer and watchmaker de GRISOGONO and German luxury car maker Maybach will be unveiling a Maybach 62S Saloon studded with precious-carat diamonds to a gathering of around 1.000 guests from the international jet set, film industry and show business.
The luxurious gems are initially only included on the rear centre armrest. But de GRISOGONO and Maybach are currently looking at further options for individualizing the interior with diamonds and other gemstones – on the steering wheel, shift lever or seats, for example. Today’s unveiling of the refined Maybach 62S marks the launch of the joint “Maybach individualization by de GRISOGONO” project by the two luxury manufacturers.
Over the coming months, the Saloon will be studded with further diamonds and gemstone creations before being presented officially at the Dubai International Motor Show between 10.