The Study is an opportunity to dive into the stories, brand histories and craftsmen that define Bentleys.
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Research revealed the yacht was commissioned by Comte Robert-Jean de Vogüé, a fascinating character that witnessed glamour, conflict and liberation in equal measure throughout his life. Read on for a glimpse of his life story.
Simon Crompton, editor of Permanent Style and online editor of The Rake magazine:
Truly glamorous travel lasted a few short years. Not until the mid-1930s had the world’s wealthy recovered sufficiently from the great depression to spend serious money on foreign travel; and then all too soon, the merrymaking was halted by the onset of the Second World War.