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Porsche collection

State of Art is inextricably connected with motor sports. It all began when founder Albert Westerman fell in love with the Porsche 1500 S Cabrio at the age of ten - a love that would never end. At a later age, Westerman drove 356s and 911s himself on the racing circuits of Zandvoort and Spa-Francorchamps, among others.

Eventually, his passion would lead to the State of Art Classic Porsche Collection, with more than 30 classic Porsches, including three rare 550 Spyders. They are exhibited in a beautiful ambiance at the State of Art head office in Lichtenvoorde and are also used for marketing purposes in support of the fashion collections. Westerman, however, has the same philosophy as Porsche: the engines of the Porsches exhibited must start immediately at the turn of the ignition key. Some of the Porsches from the State of Art collection are still driven often and fast in various rallies all over the world.