One of the highlights of next month's Geneva Motor Show is the opening of Bentley's first ever dedicated Boutique. Visitors will get to choose Bentley branded merchandise from the Bentley Collection, along with a limited edition range of new products designed exclusively for the 2010 show. Celebration of Color is the theme for the branded merchandise.
Bentley has worked with Robert Ettinger of London to produce a Limited Edition range of small leather goods comprising luggage tags, key fobs, passport holders and coin purses. At the Boutique, visitors will be pleased to find sterling silver cufflinks, silk ties, pure merino wool accessories, hand-stitched gloves, model cars and a range of classic clothing and caps.
For the luxury car manufacturer, Bentley has on display a set of Breitling watches, Tibaldi pens, Stockinger safes, Estede eyewear and Zai skis.
The limited edition Estede for Bentley sunglasses collection is priced at about €1,400 for the Silver palladium, €4,100 for the 18 carat gold and €11,500 for platinum. The frames are available in two different sizes, each pair being individually numbered and can also be engraved with owner's name or car details.
Meanwhile, the zai for Bentley ski range will be a limited quantity only, numbered 1/250 and priced at about €6,800.
The Tibaldi for Bentley Mulsanne pen are limited to 90 units of each style and veneer and sell at a retail price that range between €3,900 and €4,500. The Tibaldi for Bentley Supersports is available as either fountain pen or roller bal.
Each pen is numbered 1 of only 630 and sells at a price between €1,300 and €1,700. Lastly, the Tibaldi for Continental Slimline will be produced as a fountain pen, roller ball, Bball Point and Pencil (only 999 units of each pen style), available in Aquamarine, St. James Red (solid), Violette, Magenta Metallic & Silver Tempest colors. The slimline series is retailed between €500 and €850.