One of the stars in Chrysler's 'Imported from Detroit' campaign has rejoined forces with the Detroit automaker, albeit for a different cause.
John Varvatos, the Detroit born, high-fashion menswear designer, teamed up with Chrysler to create a one-off version of the 2012 300S that was announced at the John Varvatos ninth annual Stuart House Benefit that supports children and which took place this past Sunday on March 11 in Los Angeles.
The customized John Varvatos edition 300S is currently up for auction at the Charitybuzz website with all proceeds to benefit the Stuart House. The online bidding takes place through Tuesday, March 20, with the highest bid at the time this article was written standing at $48,546.
Among other features, the 300S by John Varvatos sports custom 20-inch wheels in a satin carbon finish, and a bespoke interior with black woven leather details for the seats and door panels, black leather wrapped instrument panel, console lid, and door armrest, a two-tone wrap for the steering wheel and interior satin chrome finishes.