What happens when you give a fashion office one of the most expensive and luxurious cars in the world? Here’s a hint: It doesn’t involve a race track. Rather, we put the new Rolls-Royce ‘Dawn’ through a typical week in our lives, from designer interviews and hair-styling sessions to trunk shows and conference calls.
Here are eight things you probably never thought would happen in a Rolls-Royce.
Got a braid while going 100km/h on Sheikh Zayed Road with the top down
There's literally nowhere the amazing JetSet team can't braid your locks.
Had a conference call with the US on the Abu Dhabi-Dubai highway
Despite being a soft-top convertible, the Rolls-Royce 'Dawn' is surprisingly quiet, thanks to an innovative tailoring technique that ensures there is no noticeable wind noise.
Conducted a quick-fire interview with Nadine Kanso
Read on for a glimpse into the mind of one of the region's leading creatives.
What did you want to be when you were five years old?
What’s your favorite place on Earth?
What’s the one thing you can’t live without?
If you could live anywhere in the world, where would it be?
Is there anything you don’t eat?
Snapchat or Instagram?
Early bird or night owl?
Spring or fall?
Choker trend: love or hate?
Picked up 27 boxes from Level Shoes for a photo shoot
And managed to fit them all in the trunk.
Picked up a six-dirham sandwich in a 1.6-million-dirham car
Al Ijaza Cafeteria is a Dubai institution. Make sure you order the 'Hassan Mathar' sandwich.
Hosted a pop-up trunk show (literally) with Endemage
Designer Lubna Al Zakwani was on hand to talk us through the brand's beautiful new designs. "Fall/Winter 2016 was inspired by the nature of Oman. It was mostly focused on the wadis and natural rivers of the country," she explains.
Played the new Beyoncé album on loop
The 'Dawn' boasts 16 individually-tuned speakers, and its system uses incredibly sensitive technology to monitor ambient noise and adjust the volume accordingly.
Held a Backgammon tournament in the back of the car
Because why not?
Photo Editor Maya Itani
Special thanks to JetSet and Level Shoes.