From April 28 – August 28 selections from Ralph Lauren’s incredible car collection will be on view at the Musée des Arts Décoratifs in Paris.
The amazing assemblage, arguably the finest one in private hands on the planet, features impeccable examples of the rarest and most valuable vehicles in the world, including this 1955 Jaguar D-Type, a 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO, 1938 Bugatti 57 SC Atlantic Coupé, and more.
You could of course buy tickets like a regular Joe, but there’s a chance to experience the full RL luxury lifestyle into the bargain and do some good for the planet – one of those lingering things on your ‘to do’ list, you might say.
A 1955 Jaguar D-Type, 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO, 1938 Bugatti 57 SC Atlantic Coupé and more
As part of the epic Christie’s Bid to Save the Earth online auction, the designer is offering a private tour of the exhibit for two (the gallery will be closed to the hoi polloi for the occasion); luxe transportation to and from same; dinner for four at his posh Paris restaurant, Ralph’s; and a $1,000 shopping spree at his new St. Germain flagship store.
The package is estimated at $25,000, but you may never get to see these cars again, let alone live this large in the City of Lights.
You have until April 7 to find the cash; the good karma is free. The bidding starts here.
- Posted March 29, 2011
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