Lovers of fashion and couture should be familiar with the name Bijan, the Iranian fashion house based in Los Angeles known for its ultra-luxurious designs, its timelessly elegant yet distinguished aesthetic, and for making “the most expensive menswear in the world.” Its namesake and founder, Bijan Pakzad, was known for his taste for luxury, and that taste extended far beyond fashion, reaching into the automotive world as well. There are multiple cars created with special Bijan configurations, featuring classic Bijan motifs, colors, and materials, but one very special one has been listed for sale.
It’s the iconic 2013 Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead Coupe, commissioned shortly before Bijan’s death in 2011, and created as a one-of-one Bijan edition, and it’s instantly recognizable to fans of the Bijan brand, finished in the signature Bijan Yellow that decorates Bijan’s flagship Rodeo Drive boutique in Los Angeles, with the hue even painted on the wheels. The inside features a yellow leather interior with Bijan’s name embroidered on the headrests, as well as with alligator accents, and a wood veneer that features a repeated “Bijan” motif.
Other subtle details include paisleys next to the signature Rolls-Royce Coach Line, and the classic Bijan signature painted on the exterior. In the full package, the car is bold and unique, but still has a classic and elegant look in true Bijan fashion. Owning a piece of the late and great Bijan’s car collection is a rare and incredible opportunity, and at Wires Only in Los Angeles, California, the opportunity is here. View the price and listing of this incredible Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead Coupe by clicking below.