Rolls-Royce might not have a brand new model car, but the luxury company released a slew of new Art Deco-inspired colorways of the Phantoms and Ghosts. The Phantom, Phantom Drophead Coupé, and Ghost you see above pay tribute to the 1925 Paris Exhibition or Exposition Internationale des Arts Décoratifs et Industriels Modernes, where the term "Art Deco" was born.

The Phantom features a glossy piano black striped with Fame Green and Arctic White with contrasting stainless steel inslays inside. The Drophead uses a much softer look with a powder blue and mother-of-pearl white. The Ghost takes the two-tone approach, with a Jubilee Silver upper and a Cobalto Blue melting over the sides. The interior uses seashell leather and a gorgeous Walnut Burr. 

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[via Rolls-Royce]