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Baby Stroller feat. Blondie


by Jeanne Sutton
11th Aug 2014
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Buggy

A godsend for indie mammies…

If you thought being mother to a toddler meant the only brands you worried about were Peppa Pig and Dora the Explorer, think again. Bugaboo strollers are leading the buggy charge yet again with their limited edition Andy Warhol strollers. That’s right, limited edition prams.

The strollers feature Warhol’s 1980 portrait of Debbie Harry and look pretty cool. These Debbie specials are up for auction from today and all proceeds raised will go towards Kids Company, a charity working with inner-city children. If you miss out don’t worry, there are other Warhol inspired buggies available with his iconic Velvet Underground banana pattern and less of the competitve clamour. Discerning mothers with a few euro to spare can place bids at auction.bugaboo.com where a new pram will be auctioned every week for the rest of the month.

Jeanne Sutton @jeannedesutun