As part of their ‘La Collection de Saint-Tropez’ campaign, CELINE captures the essence of the French Riviera by showcasing a vintage mini Moke that was once driven by iconic French actress Brigitte Bardot. Hedi Slimane, the artistic director of CELINE, settled in Ramatuelle, in the gulf of Saint-Tropez after leaving California in 2018. Over the past five years, Slimane has drawn inspiration from the French Riviera’s nostalgia, which complements CELINE’s Saint-Germain-des-Près codes.

The small summer beach convertible car, which originally made its debut in 1964 and became a symbol of freedom and pleasure in many seaside towns, especially Saint-Tropez, has been customized with a Triomphe wooden steering wheel, a Triomphe canvas hood, and dashboard featuring tan leather elements, wicker seats, and spare wheel protection. Additionally, a golden Triomphe signature appears on the wheels and gear shift, giving the car a unique touch.

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