Vanity Fair has recently paid a visit to famous American designer Ralph Lauren to see his private collection of cars.
This is one of the largest collections in the world, particularly representative of the evolution of cars in the past 100 years. The collection is not only a juxtaposition of expensive models, but the selection of brands and models shows the owner’s tasteful choices.
The photo session by Todd Eberle is entitled “Inside Ralph Lauren’s garage,” and it’s really more like a museum than a conventional garage. The presentation of vehicles is particularly simple and elegant. The floor is covered with a black carpet and each vehicle has its own white platform in order to better highlight the model and its condition.
The collection includes many Ferraris, such as a 1958 Testa Rossa, a significant number of Mercedes including several 300SL and a 1930 SSK. There are also two Alfas: a Monza and a 1939 spyder Mille Milia, as well as two Bugatti: a 59 type and a 1934 57SC Atlantic Coupe. A Jaguar XKSS, a Morgan +4 and a 1929 Bentley Tourer can be admired in Luren’s collection.
Source: Vanity Fair