Bugatti Veyron Bijan Edition
This is most likely the most photographed Bugatti Veyron in the world. The car belongs to House of Bijan, a shop described as “the most expensive store in the world”. The store is by appointment only and the average purchase there would set you back around $50K.
Designer Bijan Pakzad passed away in April 2011 and ever since the car has been parked in front of the House of Bijan during business hours. Bijan’s son Nicholas drives the car in front of the store every day and the car has now become a landmark on Rodeo Drive.
If you want some quiet photos of the Veyron be sure to get there early before busloads of tourists take over Rodeo Drive. The Bugatti attracts a lot of attention on Beverly Hills’ most famous street.
The car was custom made for Bijan. Some design elements of this car include a personalized two-toned paint in Bijan yellow and black. The front bonnet is “tattooed” with the Bocca Della Verita (Mouth of Truth); which is prominent in many of Bijan’s designs, and the rear air break bears Bijan’s personal signature of course, in his signature hue yellow.
Bijan was very passionate about cars and owned quite a few luxury and exotic cars, most of them featuring his signature yellow. Another car currently often hiding at the back of the store is the Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead Coupe Series II. I’ve included a few bonus shots of this one-off Rolls-Royce below.
Bugatti Veyron 16.4 and Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead Coupe Series II
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