The 6th Salon Prive luxury super car show has taken place at Syon Park between the 22nd and 24th June 2011. Previously held at the Hurlingham Club for 5 consecutive years, it has grown into one of the most exclusive and prestigious social events in the UK.
With historic 15th century Syon House as a backdop the event feature over 120 super and classic cars as well as 20 classic motorcycles. “Quintessentially English” themed car sale by RM Auctions focuses on the finest British motor cars and motocycles.
100 years of the Spirit of Ecstasy mascot on the bonnet of Rolls-Royce cars added a new dimension to this year’s Salon Prive. The vintage 1911 Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost joined the centenary celebrations of the Flying Lady figurine by Charles Sykes.
Rainy spells on Boodles Ladies Day did not stop enthusiasm around Best-Dressed Lady Award, though abundance of umbrellas made the choise of finalists even more difficult for the judges. The Boodles Prize went to the contestant in a deep pink hat and orange coat, who made it to Salon Prive all the way from Mexico. The winner received £7 500 diamond “Raindance” ring from Michael Wainright, CEO of Boodles.
Sponsored by Chubb Insurance, Boodles, Pommery Champagne, Audemars Piguet and Vertu, Salon Prive added Waldorf Astoria Hotel of Syon Park to the list of luxury brands that it closely works with this year.
bonus video : Salon Privé 2011 – London by theUltimateLuxuryCommunity
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