A businessman from Stockholm placed an order at the design office of Rolls-Royce Bespoke Collective on a unique Phantom with a flower ornament in the interior. It is reported that it took a million stitches.
The inspiration for this unique performance has become a local rose garden, located on the territory of the headquarters of Rolls-Royce in Goodwood, England, where it grows unique varieties of roses Phantom Rose. This is the only place in the world where you can meet the kind. The variety was bred by the breeder Philip Harkness specially for the British automaker. These flowers are also called “Ghost”, they became the starting point for embroidery in the cabin of the Rolls-Royce Phantom, built by order of the owner. Complex pattern created on the roof, the doors and the front of the car.
Designers were able to illustrate the “Ghost rose” in various stages of flowering from Bud to the opened flower. It should be noted that because of the asymmetrical arrangement creates the impression that the roses grow along the lining of the roof from her back. When there is insufficient light colors highlights built into the casing of the fiber-optic light guides.
The seat is made of soft blue leather Charles Blue with contrasting dark piping and the front panel under the glass is a traditional “Gallery” with the “growing” roses.