Conditions in the world have created many iconic partnerships throughout history. When the Roman Republic was on the cusp of civil war, Julius Caesar, Pompey Magnus, and Licinius Crassus formed the First Triumvirate to share power, avoiding a return to dictatorship experienced under the hand of Sulla. Fast-forward more than two thousand years, and we have another powerful union on the Italian peninsula. As part of celebrating its centenary, Maserati joined fashion house Ermenegildo Zegna to create a limited-edition Quattroporte.
Both companies have an established reputation for powerful designs – handcrafted by the very best in their respective industries. They continue a tradition of master artisans who meticulously create inspiring pieces by mere hand with basic tools. This partnership will yield 100 exclusive Maserati Quattroporte vehicles, and the cities of Shanghai, New York, Dubai, and Milan mark this tremendous event.
These city functions throughout the year are known as #Oneof100.
Each global launch event will highlight 25 accomplished artistic individuals who use their hands to craft and create. World-renowned photographer Fabrizio Ferri will be on-hand to take intimate portraits of each artists’ hands, which will then be put on display next to images of the Maserati Quattroporte Zegna Limited Edition and aggregated into a commemorative book.
Maserati is a modern Italian masterpiece that reflects the diligence and commitment of Italian artistry seen throughout the centuries – a veritable tribute-in-motion to Italy’s art heritage. Today, we at Maserati of Raleigh take this day to celebrate the expert craftsmanship that goes into every component of the Quattroporte: from the v8 engine to the fine stitching on the leather.
The first event took place already in Shanghai. Maserati captured the event and posted it online, so we welcome you to take a look at the acclaimed #Oneof100 event. Enjoy, and let us know what you think of the gorgeous Maserati Quattroporte Zegna Limited Edition by leaving your comments here!