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Bugaboo x Bas Kosters in design partnership

Iconic Dutch pushchair brand Bugaboo has joined forces with renowned Dutch artist Bas Kosters to launch a limited-edition collection as part of Bugaboo’s 20th anniversary celebrations.

Bugaboo was the first brand to bring catwalk design to pushchairs with its first Bas Kosters collaboration, back in 2005. This year, they invited him back to honour their creative heritage with a special limited-edition print; a tribute to the long-standing friendship between the artist and brand which will bring Bas’ bold and unexpected designs to a new generation of parents.

Inspired by the theme of ‘connection’, the 2019 collection features a playful and colourful print designed in the instantly recognisable Bas Kosters’ style. The limited edition print is available for the Bugaboo Fox and on the black chassis.

“I think connectivity is just so important and I think that is something that I really strive for in my work,” commented Bas.

“It’s all about being inventive and creative and going for the unexpected,” said  Madeleen Klaasen, cmo at Bugaboo. “We were led by the idea that having a child doesn’t mean you have to compromise on style.”

Since its first artistic collaboration with Bas, Bugaboo has teamed up with an impressive portfolio of creative partners from the art and fashion world including Missoni, Viktor & Rolf and the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts.

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