Lamborghini’s Spring-Summer 2018 Fashion Collection Is Oh So Stylish

Buying clothing items from exotic car manufacturers isn’t cheap, and some would even call it tacky, especially if you don’t own one of the cars.

When it comes to Lamborghini clothing and fashion accessories, even something as basic as a Τ-shirt can set you back anywhere from $70 to $170. A scarf? That’ll be $162, while a pair of swimming trunks is $155, according to the automaker’s official online store.

As for denim, or anything made out of cashmere, we’re talking hundreds of dollars. The most expensive item we could find is a $1,228 leather jacket, which you can pair up to the $1,068 travel bag. As for the cheapest, those would be the caps, valued at around $50 (or less if you get a discount.)

Lamborghini will also let you “shop by car”, which is helpful if you want to express your appreciation for your Huracan, Aventador or Urus specifically and not the brand in general.

The two cars used to promote the merchandise in the following video are the Huracan Spyder and the Aventador S, which you can obviously match up to multiple types of outfits, both casual as well as elegant. On a more performance-oriented side, those vehicles feature 610 PS and 740 PS respectively. While the less powerful drop-top Huracan can get you to 100 km/h (62 mph) in 3.4 seconds, its larger sibling is able to do it in as little as 2.9 seconds.

Maybe you want to consider buying a spare pair of pants then, just in case…

  • BlackPegasus

    How much for the hawt guy? 😜

    • LWOAP

      $950 an hour.

      • BlackPegasus

        Well, I’ve lost more in an hour gambling in Vegas. All I got was a watered down drink. 😝

    • Bo Hanan

      BlackPeg- I would have never guessed… Hmmmm.


    Buying clothes from Lamborghini? Um…..okay?

  • BGM

    If I win the lottery I’m going to buy that head of hair…

  • Ary Wisesa

    Wonderful car deserves beautiful outfits for the owner. It makes sense for me. LOL.

  • CBV2020

    If I’m driving a Lamborghini, I’m certainly not buying branded pieces unless I consider them to be enthusiast items. Perhaps a performance jacket/pants, cool tees, or a hat… But my personal style becoming Lamborghini branded clothing? A Lamborghini-backed bespoke, stand-alone/independent luxury-lifestyle fashion brand would be far more appropriate IMO. The 3-spoke logo they’re using is great though overall, the fashion brand is not an angle that appeals to me.

    • TheHake

      That makes me think of Joey’s Porsche outfit….

  • TrevP

    How fancy

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