A New Book for Auto Enthusiasts

Assouline reveals prized automobiles from the last 100 years, showcasing rare cars owned by Marlene Dietrich, Pablo Picasso, and Elvis Presley, among others, in its limited edition anthology, The Impossible Collection of Cars ($650), which hit stores this month. This 144-page collectible has been hand crafted and bound, featuring the 1938 Bugatti Type 57SC Atlantic Coupe from Ralph Lauren’s private collection on its cover. One hundred other photographed cars inside—each with revolutionary engineering, lines, and capabilities—represent the most exceptional luxury automobiles of the 20th century. Only 1,000 copies are available. (888.723.2099, www.assouline.com)

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