Strive for Perfection 2020:
Celebrating 110 Years of the Spirit of Ecstasy
Lola Prusac is a proud sponsor of Strive for Perfection: Celebrating 110 Years of the Spirit of Ecstasy – an official publication for the International Club for Rolls-Royce and Bentley Enthusiasts.
Strive for Perfection 2020 is produced by one of the world’s most prestigious car clubs – the International Club for Rolls-Royce and Bentley Enthusiasts (or simply the RREC) – this new title also celebrates the remarkable heritage of Rolls-Royce and Bentley motor cars, from the turn of the 20th century to the modern day, and features a carefully curated selection of luxury brands from around the world.
Lola Prusac will be presenting our new collection at the World of Luxury Exhibition and Press Ball, scheduled to take place on May, 2021 in London.
The US launch of a new publication entitled Exploring the Extraordinary:
100 Years of Bentley Motors took place at the Detroit Marriott Troy, MI on
Saturday July 27, 2019.
This beautifully designed, 432-page hardback book has been produced
by two of the world’s most prestigious car clubs – the Rolls-Royce Enthusiasts’ Club (RREC) and the Rolls-Royce Owners’ Club (RROC) – alongside leading publisher St James’s House.
Written by an editorial team of experts, aficionados, and tastemakers, the publication charts Bentley’s 100 years
of groundbreaking design and engineering, and celebrates the marque’s status as one of the world’s leading names in luxury motoring.
In keeping with the impressive setting, more than 150 classic cars were
gathered at the event’s venue, where guests enjoyed afternoon tea prior
to the official launch. In addition, to resonate with the book’s theme of
luxury, a carefully curated selection of high-end brands were also present, enabling guests to immerse themselves in a world of luxurious tastes, products, and experiences. Richard Freed, CEO of St James’s House, said: “What better way to launch this wonderful book than with a celebration of the finer things in life? It was truly an event to remember.”
Sustainability and Wildlife Conservation
Some of our products are made with American Alligator. We take pride in choosing skins that are harvested legally and in accordance with all state, federal, and international wildlife regulations. These skins are all ethically sourced and come with a CITES tag. The CITES tag provides us and you with the guarantee that it is part of the sustainable use program; a benefit for both people and wildlife. This sustainable use program provides natural resources for economic sustainability, as well as, habitat and species protection.
Did you know?
American Alligators are not threatened or endangered, they are on the list of species controlled by CITES due to similarity in appearance to other threatened or endangered crocodiles and alligators.
South African Ostrich
Some of our products are made with Ostrich. These animals are raised in sustainable farms for their meat, with the skin and feathers being by-products that also get used. Therefore, virtually every part of the animal is used.
Some of our products are made with 100% lambswool, an eco friendly and recyclable material. Sheep grow a new fleece every year, making wool a completely renewable fiber.