It must sound exciting for the designer collectors, whose main them must be the Paul Smith. For an excitement, the Special Vehicle Operation of Land Rover and the British designer had teamed up to give the audience a new show of designers’ strokes on the toughest and brawniest machines made by British, Land Rover Defender.
For casual appeal, a handful of 27 paint shades are used on exteriors, where the satin finish compliments the tone at wheels, door-handles and outside mirrors. A bee painted by hand on the roof mimics it for a country-side drive.
The cabin wears leather in true Paul Smith fashion. Black leather over the seats, dashboard, and other spaces are contrasted by blue stitches. And to our notice, Paul Smith logo on the watch makes it a treat to remind the designer every time one will gaze through the timepiece.
Though, no technical changes made, but the dedication of Paul Smith must have been drawn to this Defender immensely due to a reason, he too owns a one for himself at his home in Italy.