Luxury Cybex Prams Designed by Jeremy Scott

American fashion designer Jeremy Scott has added his signature wing motifs to a collection of baby pushchairs and buggies by German brand Cybex, unveiled at luxury Milan boutique 10 Corso Como this week. The capsule collection is the second collaboration between Cybex, which manufactures infant transportation products, and Scott, who is currently creative director for Milan fashion house Moschino. The designer has customised items from the company’s Priam range, which includes a four-wheel stroller that can accommodate bassinets of different sizes and shapes. A car seat, a front carrier, a bag and a footmuff have also received a makeover. The black designs feature gold accents on wheel hubs, frames, and details such as zips and stitched lettering. Gold is also used for pairs of wings that adorn a carrycot, which clips onto the stroller frame, and the front carrier.

Smart ForTwo Electric Drive by Jeremy Scott

Take a look at the result of collaboration of German vehicle division SMART and fashion designer Jeremy Scott – a limited edition electrified “ForTwo”. This electric vehicle is equipped with wings that illuminate like igniting rockets to form avant-garde rear taillights, the feature becomes the central design element of the car body, accentuating its futuristic approach to transportation. “Based on the current production version of the “Smart ForTwo Electric Drive”, it has the capabilities of accelerating from 0-60 km/h (37 mph) in 4.8 seconds, achieving a top speed of 125km/h (78 mph). Its 17.6 kWh lithium-ion battery enables the urban two-seater to travel approximately 145 kilometres in city traffic without producing any local emissions. Painted in bright white, chrome accents in the front headlights and grille, mirror caps, and tridion cell contrast to appear like a ‘glistening jewel’. The interior is outfitted in fine white nappa leather for the instrument panel, seats and door trim while the centre panels in the doors boast extravagant diamond stitching as a further sign of elegance and freedom.”