Maserati ladies day at Salon Prive posted on 24 June 2011
For the fourth year running, Maserati GB exhibited its range at Salon Privé, presenting this year the latest addition to the brand: the Maserati GranTurismo MC Stradale.
On Thursday, following a now consolidated tradition, Maserati welcomed a group of Lady Clients who attended Salon Privé Ladies’ Day at Syon Park. Today, Syon House, which dates back to 1415, is the London home of His Grace The Duke of Northumberland and it has been in his family for over 400 years. Surrounded by 200 acres of its own parkland alongside the River Thames, it is hard to believe that Syon is barely 10 miles from central London.
The day started at Medicosmetic Spa in Cadogan Gardens, London, where clients enjoyed a champagne breakfast and personalised mini treatments of their choice. To make the event even more special, a professional make-up artist from the Jemma Kidd make – up School, was there ready to pamper the ladies with express make-up sessions.
A fleet of Maserati GranCabrios, Quattroportes and GranTurismos were then on hand to chauffeur the ultra glamorous ladies to Syon Park, where they were able to admire the most amazing array of cars from all times. The Best Dressed Maserati Lady, Ms Melissa Lund, was awarded with a spectacular clutch bag kindly offered by the Parisian couture brand Ghadah Couture.
Throughout the day, the ladies were able to admire an amazing selection of classic cars, alongside the Maserati 2011 range: the GranTurismo MC Stradale franked by the GranCabrio and the Quattroporte Sport GTS took pride of place on the Supercar Lawn.