We previewed this superstar collaboration last week, but now I’ve got some more official photos to share. Bugaboo is working with the Andy Warhol Foundation and has come up with a series of Warhol inspired stroller accessories. I showed you the ‘Flowers’ pattern last week and here is ‘Cars’:
The ‘Flowers’ series and the ‘Cars’ series will be available as sun canopies and tailored fabric sets for the Bugaboo Bee, Bugaboo Cameleon³, and Bugaboo Donkey.
There’s also a ‘Flowers’ parasol in light blue and green.
The ‘Cars’ and ‘Flowers’ collections will be available worldwide starting May 2013. The tailored fabric sets for the Bugaboo Cameleon3 and the Bugaboo Donkey will be about $110. and the Bugaboo Bee Sun Canopy will be about $70.
Bugaboo urges you to “convert to black” with their new all black edition of the Donkey. This convertible stroller features a matte black chassis, black frame, and black seat and canopy fabric. Starting in April, the monochromatic black collection will be available for all the current Bugaboo stroller models– Bugaboo Bee, Bugaboo Cameleon³ and Bugaboo Donkey. Very chic.
And if that isn’t exciting enough for you, Bugaboo just announced their latest collaboration today.
Later on in the spring (May), Bugaboo promises two new collections as part of an Andy Warhol collaboration! Today they released images of The Flowers Collection. I’ll update this post with pictures of Cars as soon as they are released. The Warhol collections include a tailored fabric set for the Cameleon³ and Donkey and a Sun Canopy for the Bee. I’m really diggin’ the bold red flower canopy.
For a preview of the Cars, go see the post on Babyology. I’m not really excited about the colors but you can let me know what you think.
I haven’t shared anything about Bugaboo’s new Buffalo yet, but we’ll talk about that later.
I happy to present another beautiful limited edition Bugaboo C3. The My First Car Viktor & Rolf for Bugaboo was a collaboration with the fashion design duo, Viktor and Rolf. The inspiration for this collaboration was clearly automotive. I’ve wanted to see metal wheels on a Bugaboo for a while now so I love the silver alloy wheels here. The license plate style patch on the back of the bassinet says bb-♥-vr and the center caps of the wheels are monogrammed with V&R. The chassis is an anodized gray, and the fabrics are inspired by luxury car interiors.
The My First Car Viktor & Rolf for Bugaboo stroller will be available at selected stores starting in September 2012 for a limited time.
So if Missoni + Bugaboo wasn’t doing it for you, how about this…
Yes! That is neon rims on a navy Cameleon!! How pretty is that?! Bugaboo’s Neon Pop features a Navy chassis with pops of neon on the wheels, zippers, buckles, logo and labels. According to The Baby Guy (who is in the know here), Neon Pop will be a Nordstrom exclusive and will retail for $1060. This is so stylin’.
But… the reviews on Bugaboo’s Facebook page are coming back mixed. So tell me…
Another fun Bugaboo collaboration coming soon is with Mini Rodini. There will be just 20 numbered Mini Rodini Bugaboo Cameleons so start looking out on May 1st!
I love the cute little pandas. Thanks for the info from Growing Your Baby!
On the heels of the bright color scheme from yesterday’s nursery tour, I thought today would be the perfect day to talk a little bit about bloom’s Zen Stroller. The BabyZen has been available in Europe, but bloom is bringing the design to the US. We first spotted it at ABC Kids 2011, and they’re now coming out at the end of the month.
The Zen Stroller features:
- One-handed fold design
- Super slim folded size
- Folded design that stands up freely
- Solar powered safety light and of course…
- Bold neon colors
Now if the colors are a little much for you, have no fear because there’s a Monochrome version as well.
The Zen Stroller retails for $800 and can be pre-ordered right now at giggle.
Which would you pick? CMYK or Monochrome?
These fresh new colors for the Bugaboo Donkey, Bugaboo Bee and Bugaboo Chameleon will add a little brightness to the choices for 2012. From left to right we have Electric Blue, Jade Green and Coral Red. I’ll update you when they come out.
What do you think? Do you have a favorite or are these too close to colors that are already available?
coming soon!: ABCKids bassinet high chair seating strollers travel
Originating in Spain, as much of the most original design these days does, Babyhome is exploding onto the US market with a a well-rounded collection of simple, stylish and colorful baby gear.
In the photo above, you can see their SweetKit, which is a bouncer that transforms into a high chair. Talk about multi-tasking! Behind the SweetKits you can see Side, which is the most stylish bed rail (other than those that are designed as part of a bed) that I’ve ever seen.
My favorite Babyhome item is the Dream travel cot. This reminds me of the baby clic I saw last year (also from Spain), but that one was never brought to the US. This type of travel bed makes for a great mini crib or bassinet.
The Eat high chair is a super lightweight chair with an aluminum frame and removable, washable cover. The chair also folds flat for storage.
The Onfour baby seat is unique because the wheels allow the chair to me moved easily without being lifted. The Onfour is also super light and can fold flat.
Finally, Babyhome’s stroller is Emotion– an affordable, full featured, lightweight stroller.
All the products should be available January. They all come in Orange, Red, Lime, Black, Sand, Purple, Navy and Brown, so you can have an entire rainbow of gear or get everything to match.