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The mo­tor car of the fu­ture and fash­ion com­bined for the 4th Chan­tilly Arts & El­e­gance Richard Mille ex­trav­a­ganza in spec­tac­u­lar style

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FRANCE WAS THE cra­dle of the Con­cours d'Elé­gance in the 1920s and the ini­tia­tor of highly val­ued events in which ex­cep­tional cars rep­re­sen­ta­tive of a spe­cific era, of­ten per­son­alised by renowned coach­builders, were dis­played and ac­com­pa­nied by el­e­gant women wear­ing the lat­est fash­ions cre­ated by French cou­ture's lead­ing de­sign­ers. One of the driv­ing am­bi­tions be­hind Chan­tilly Arts & El­e­gance Richard Mille, there­fore, is to re­vive this glo­ri­ous epoch by com­bin­ing spec­tac­u­lar cars past and present.

Thus, the 4th Chan­tilly Arts & El­e­gance Richard Mille, held on Septem­ber 10 in the Château Chan­tilly do­main, ful­filled all its prom­ises. Boosted by its first stag­ing, which placed it firmly among the in­ter­na­tional bench­marks for con­cours d'élé­gance, the event con­tin­ues to progress both in terms of vis­i­tors and in the rich­ness of the cars en­tered for the dif­fer­ent con­cours. More than 16,300 spec­ta­tors (a 20 per cent in­crease on the pre­vi­ous year) were at­tracted by the sig­na­ture ve­hi­cles on show. Five con­cept cars com­pet­ing for the Con­cours d'Elé­gance prize and 82 his­toric cars from all over the world ( 35 per cent from France and 65 per cent from abroad) were all vic­tory

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