my first car - Viktor&Rolf for bugaboo
|Viktor&Rolf for bugaboo |
Bugaboo collaborated together with fashion designer duo Viktor&Rolf to create a brand new exclusive limited edition. The result of this inspired collaboration includes the new Bugaboo Cameleon3 and matching footmuff. A feeling of freedom rushes through the veins when cruising around in your very first car. So what better way to start your child's journey in life than with My First Car - Viktor&Rolf for Bugaboo.
bugaboo cameleon3(rd) avenue
|bugaboo cameleon3(rd) avenue Bugaboo Cameleon3(rd) Avenue features grey blended fabric on the outside and a darker, fishbone-stitched print on the inside. The sun canopy and bassinet lining are made of micro-fleece fabric in a midnight blue and mocha-brown colored print. Combined with a special style brand label, extra quilted seat cushion and a leather look handlebar and carry handle. |
bugaboo + Pendleton
|the Pendleton collections Fascinated by the remote lands of Native America, the intricate blanket patterns remain greatly appealing to many today. With the introduction of the Pendleton Collection, Bugaboo truly takes trend to topic. With every Pendleton pattern telling its own story, staying original has never been so easy. Bugaboo completes each tailored fabric set with a beautiful, woollen woven blanket . Besides offering your child its warmth and comfort, each blanket also has its own origin and story, making it an artistic wanna-have with a true travel spirit. |
Andy Warhol + bugaboo 2nd collection
|the happy bugs and so many stars collections |
The second launch of Bugaboo's multi-year collaboration with The Andy Warhol Foundation, ventures into the playful world of the legendary pop artist's design legacy. The "Happy Bugs" and "So Many Stars" Collections are based on artwork of the 1950's, displaying vivid and joyful hand drawn illustrations during Warhol's pre-Pop period as a famed commercial illustrator in New York City. Showcasing an array of stars and bugs, this season's autumn 2013 Collection is original, unexpected and striking… just as the artist intended his whimsical illustrations to be.