There is a variety of strollers on the market and for a new mum or dad, the plethora of options can be overwhelming. For those of us who are not only after utility but also use fashion as self-expression, stylish strollers are a no-brainer. Nowadays, baby buggies offer both quality engineering and fetching designs, so there is no reason why your precious one can’t be comfortable and safe while being ferried around fashionably.
Taking that one step (or in this case—one stroll) further, some strollers offer different customisations to see youngsters through developmental stages. From adaptable carry cots, to upright pushchair formations, and even all-in-one travel systems compatible as infant car seats—there is something for every tot out there. Investing in a deluxe ride or performance pram for little ones brings a sophisticated panache to the world of baby paraphernalia.
Cybex Mios Lux Stroller—Fashion Edition Wings by Jeremy Scott
Take flight with the functional and fashionable collaboration between Jeremy Scott, celebrated designer and creative director of Moschino, and leading brand Cybex. Gold frames and signature gold wings adorn this lightweight stroller that utilises Cybex’s coordinated three-in-one system with a playful edge, thanks to the irreverent Scott. All-wheel suspension allows for smooth movement and the smart black colour is sleek, disguising any spillages or mess. A celebrity mum’s favourite, this pushchair has been spotted with Anne Hathaway, Nicky Hilton Rothschild and even in Fergie’s music video.
Versace Kids Barocco-Print Stroller
A label famous for those with decadent palates, a Versace pram is for those with the most grandiose of palates. Ultra light, with the frame constructed in aluminium and magnesium, this stroller is a breeze to handle. In fact, opening and closing can be executed with just one hand. Baby can face either parents or the outside world thanks to the reversible seat. The telescopic handle allows for two different heights and the adjustable footrest adapts to your little one as they grow. Suitable for the most style-savvy parents among us, the Versace stroller of choice is the Barocco. Complement it with the baroque print diaper bag which is both spacious and modish.
Stokke Xplory X Stroller
Stokke makes whisking your baby around town both protected and picture perfect with their unique Scandinavian configurations. Manoeuvring made easy with a minimalist aesthetic—perfect for families after a lux buggy with an understated appeal. The adjustable ergonomic height enables you to elevate your child to eye level, promoting connection and communication. Bonus for parents? The modifiable seat reaches café table height, thus doubling as a mobile high chair. This effortlessly chic product is suitable from newborn stage through to the weight limit of 22 kilograms.
Fendi Kids FF Print 4-Heel Stroller & Bunx FF-Motif Stroller
When Kylie Jenner’s child Stormi was born, she exuded “cool mum” energy with her Fendi carriage. You can acquire your own trademark FF-Motif pushchair that doesn’t trade off on finesse or support for your junior. Made in Italy, both models of pushchair recline into seven positions including sleeping bearing for naps. As it is completely removable in washable fabric, you can keep your fancy Fendi pristine at all times. The full cover SPF 50+ canopy ensures bub is safe from harsh rays, with a breathable net ventilation insert. All you need is a matching changing bag and you’re Fendi fabulous.
Dior x Inglesina Bassinet and Stroller Combo
The French fashion house dropped its first-ever stroller in collaboration with Italian manufacturer, Inglesina, at the end of last year, and fans of the brand were ecstatic. The immediately recognisable hallmark Dior Oblique print is emblazoned across the adjustable water-repellent canopy, emanating a sense of elegance. Other features include an embossed logo leather handlebar and detailed locking wheels. A removable bassinet for infants with a supple mattress made of natural bamboo fibres ensures utmost comfort. Modular and modern, foldable and fancy, this inaugural pram from Dior is certainly mum-worthy. Again, a matching changing bag in the Oblique canvas caps off the timeless look.
Silver Cross Wave Pushchair
When you think premium, Silver Cross comes to mind. A brand of choice for royal babies since the 1920s, including Queen Elizabeth II herself, Silver Cross has the reputation of being the Rolls-Royce of prams. With ties to royalty and the rich heritage of its founder William Wilson (inventor of the first carriage in 1877), Silver Cross is held in the highest esteem. While the Balmoral is iconic, the company now offers more contemporary looking styles too, always retaining the quality craftsmanship expected of the Yorkshire-based studio. The Wave pushchair possesses a variety of features including chrome branding points, carrycot (which can be used for overnight napping) and tan leatherette details—everything fit for a King or Queen.
Bugaboo Fox 2
Smooth and steady is the way with the Bugaboo Fox 2. The advanced central-joint suspension allows for a stable ride for your child. This pushchair is also future-proofed, suitable to still hold a growing child up to 48 months from birth. As one of the most popular strollers on the market with celebrity customers like Meghan Markle and Pippa Middleton, the Bugaboo Fox is the epitome of sturdy and fashionable with minimal fuss. Its compact configuration makes it the most ideal companion for parents on the move. High-seating placement enables free and easy lifting and the underseat basket is large enough to hold all your belongings. You can choose from several colours like black, grey melange, vapor blue and soft pink to suit your favourite style.