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5 things we learnt at the Rolls-Royce Summer Studio

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Work Hard, Play Hard, Live Fast

Rolls Royce’s lesser-known co-founder, Charles Rolls, tragically died at the young age of 32 – yet he fitted more into this short lifetime than most people do in their 70+ years.

An experienced pilot, knowledgeable engineer, motoring enthusiast and, of course, a savvy car salesman – Rolls knew how to make the most out of life and how to do it in style.

This year's Rolls-Royce Summer Studio is therefore dedicated to celebrating his lavish lifestyle. Practically, this means that visitors to the Summer Studio are able to indulge in the finest British wines and cuisine, lounge in the bespoke Fendi Casa lounge and consider an investment in impeccable made-to-measure tailoring, as well as admiring Rolls-Royce's magnificent machines.

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