Micra C+C+Conran - window dressing Japanese Style

Micra C+C+Conran - window dressing Japanese Style  
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Convertibles, Coupes, Design, Nissan
on 09/11/2006

Renowned for its stylish furniture and designer lighting, the Conran Shop is going to have a slightly different look this month. The Nissan Micra C+C+Conran will take centre stage in the window display at the Fulham Road store to coincide with the launch of the WA – meaning Japanese Style – collection. Designed by Sebastian Conran alongside the original designers of the Micra C+C at Nissan’s London Design Studio, the C+C+Conran is a stylish concept car which aims to be non-gender based and also have an air of sophistication about it, as well as being contemporary.

So it seems appropriate that the culmination of this venture should not only be displayed in London but in one of the most fashionable areas – Chelsea.

Conran said that his inspiration came from nature and traditional Japanese lacquer-ware which is evident in the exterior colouring of the car – Blushing Black paintwork that is accented with red reflections and a discreet leaf pattern on the boot lid. This naturalistic pattern continues through into the car and onto the red leather upholstery.

The car will be on display in the Conran Shop on Fulham Road in Chelsea until Sunday 1 October.

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