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Cybex takes inspiration from graffiti artists for latest launch

Melio Street, the new collection from Cybex, has been created with inspiration from global street art.

CYBEX Melio Street is a tribute to graffiti artists, where high fashion meets an urban vibe. Global graffiti artists played a major influence on the collection, including contemporary Californian artist, Retna.

The new street art style buggy features design elements from calligraphy and Shibuya street style, to Korean typography and bold line work, make striking elements in the fashion collection.

From the wheels to the frame, secret messages pop over the carry cot and stroller seat pack while bright orange highlights add emphasis to the design, while the graffiti-inspired pattern appears to move as light strikes the fabric.

Melio Street is available in two modern colours: Real Black and Olive Green.

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