On Friday the boy and I were lucky enough to be invited to a ‘do’ to celebrate the fantastic new collaboration between Bugaboo and the Andy Warhol Foundation in New York City.
I love my Bugaboo, a love affair that started when my sister-in-law Ruth (Rocknrollerbaby) took me to the baby show when pregnant and showed me the magic that is the Bugaboo Cameleon. I seriously can’t fault it – well apart from the basket, we need a bit more room to get to it please Bugaboo! Ruth mentioned in her blog how any negative comments about the Bugaboo feels like an insult to your family member and I kind of know what she means.
So we rocked up to the European Arts Gallery in West London and had a brilliant time. The new designs are just wonderful and a real dose of Spring through the less than Spring-like weather. I absolutely love the Cars collections. It’s innovative, forward thinking and just so darn cool! I would love to be pushing Arthur around in the Cars collection. The Flowers collection is a real breath of fresh air too. Let’s face it who wouldn’t want a piece of cutting-edge Warhol, think Campbell’s soup cans, Marilyn and now Bugaboo. Iconic
Arthur and his cousins had a great time colouring in some Warhol-inspired wallpaper and Ruth and I enjoyed a little bit of celeb-spotting. My claim to fame is that Peaches Geldof said she wanted Astala to have hair like Arthur – I’m nothing if not a trend-setter! Denise Van Outen and some other famous faces also came along and I think that’s testament to the brand – it’s cool, stylish and generally aspirational. But the buggies are also practical and I really believe once you’ve gone Bugaboo you won’t go back!
I have not been paid for this review.