QMS team up with Maserati for Salon Privé

By P. Joseph

Luxury sports car maker Maserati put on a day to remember for some of its most valued female clients last week, including a session at QMS Medicosmetic Spa and an exclusive lunch at the Salon Privé garden party in west London.

The day started at the QMS Medicosmetic Spa, just off London’s prestigious King’s Road, where clients enjoyed a champagne breakfast and personalised mini treatments of their choice.

Founded on the principles of Dr. med. Erich Schulte, QMS Medicosmetics has developed some of the most groundbreaking advances in skincare. Dr Schulte’s ideas are based on his experiences as a reconstructive plastic surgeon, and are centred on the use of collagen into the skin so that scar formation is reduced and skin regenerated.

Following the spa visit, a fleet of Maserati cars were on hand to chauffeur the glamorously-dressed women to an exclusive lunch at Syon House, the venue for this year’s Salon Privé event.

After lunch, the women were able to admire the stunning selection of classic and modern supercars being showcased on the lawn, including the Maserati 2011 range: the GranCabrio, the GranTurismo S and the Quattroporte Sport GTS.

The special VIP day-out was designed inconjunction with Salon Privé’s Ladies’ Day, which took place on the same day, and included a special award for 'Best Dressed Lady.

A day earlier, a select group of male Maserati clients were treated to a collaboration between the car maker and luxury shoe brand Berluti, who had created personalised shoes to match some of the colour combinations available within the Maserati range. To celebrate this partnership, a selection of Maserati accessories and original designs is currently on display at the Berluti store in London.

By P. Joseph