BENTLEY CURATES COLLECTION FOR CHRISTMAS
- Christmas gifting streamlined with Top 10 Bentley recommendations
- Stylish new Bentley Collection inspires festive generosity
- Options for customers and enthusiasts alike
(Crewe, 02 November) As the season of goodwill approaches, Bentley is curating the brand new Bentley Collection into a selection of the top ten gift ideas for customers, brand connoisseurs and luxury motoring enthusiasts.
In September, more than 300 new items were launched at the Frankfurt Motorshow, and these are now available globally from Bentley dealers or online at www.bentleycollection.com.
For Younger Enthusiasts
A passion for motoring is often nurtured from childhood, and this early enthusiasm is catered for with the ride-on Continental GT. Available in vibrant hues of Sequin Blue and Magenta, both colours are matched exactly to paint in the extended Bentley colour range.
The Bentayga gear shift is replicated perfectly in miniature, with the exquisite knurled cufflinks set. Bentley’s distinctive rear light ellipses – instantly recognisable when travelling behind a Bentley at night – are also transformed into wearable pieces for Bentley enthusiasts.
The Birkin Spot
The iconic Birkin spot, a white polka-dot design favoured by Bentley Boy Tim Birkin, is featured on new his and hers scarves. The items are a modern interpretation of a pattern with a rich and gregarious heritage.
A blanket crafted from cashmere forms one of the highlights of the Bentley Collection. The blanket comes in Camel and Portland to provide a cosy addition to any room, or alternatively the throw offers a stylish layer to take with you when attending outdoor events.
The Continental handbag, named after the iconic Bentley GT, is reinvented in a new, smaller size, and is introduced to the range alongside the original Continental and Barnato handbags.
New colours refresh the collection for Autumn. Drawn from Bentley’s extended colour palette, Burnt Oak, Portland and Dark Sapphire are subtle tones that create a more muted yet luxurious feel.
Wallet and Credit Card Cases
Wallets and credit card cases make an indulgent gift to use every day, available in Burnt Oak – a rich autumnal brown; Dark Sapphire - deepest navy; and Portland - a grown-up taupe, a new take on neutrals.
Bentley Tibaldi pens, with fountain or roller-ball nibs and luxuriously weighted design, form a pinnacle piece with which to complete any writer’s collection of instruments. While words are now often typed rather than written, the allure of ink on paper has never lost its appeal.
Heritage Race backpack
The spirit and flair of the 1920s Bentley Boys provides endless inspiration, and the Race Backpack is both a functional and stylish interpretation of the heritage theme.
The bag features the number nine – a number with special significance for Bentley. It was used to identify what became one of the most famous Bentleys ever built: the supercharged 4.5 Litre ‘Blower’ that Bentley Boy Tim Birkin drove at Le Mans in 1930.
Blower Cashmere Scarf
The iconic Bentley Blower is reinvented in scarf form, which features the famous racer in luxurious cashmere, resulting in a stylish accessory for the modern day Bentley aficionado.
A Bentley photo frame designed in Portland leather and chrome edging will make a stylish addition to any room, while the aroma of vintage leather can now be experienced with an ambience enhancing scented candle.
- ENDS –
Head of Lifestyle Communications
Bentley Motors Ltd
Notes to editors
- Bentley Motors is the most sought after luxury car brand in the world. The company’s headquarters in Crewe is home to all of its operations including design, R&D, engineering and production of the company’s three model lines, Continental, Flying Spur and Mulsanne. The combination of fine craftsmanship, using skills that have been handed down through generations, alongside engineering expertise and cutting-edge technology is unique to UK luxury car brands such as Bentley. It is also an example of high-value British manufacturing at its best. Bentley employs around 3,800 people at Crewe.