You can never start too early teaching your kids the value of acquiring art. That’s one message — probably not the right one — behind Bugaboo’s three limited-edition Andy Warhol strollers adorned with the artist’s 1980 portrait of Debbie Harry, circa Blondie. Starting next week, in partnership with the Andy Warhol Foundation, Bugaboo — the Dutch baby-mobility company — will auction them off, with all profits going to the UK charity Kids Company.
This is just the latest art-minded collab for Bugaboo, who’ve previously created Warhol-created strollers, and who’ve previously partnered with Marc Jacobs, Missoni, Henrik Vibskov, and Viktor & Rolf. The latter came up with My First Car, a gray-drab stroller costing in the four digits, souped up with hand-stitched leatherette and a separate footmuff. The allusion to Victorian-era baby pushers was no doubt lost on the little tykes who rode in them. But pop art, on the other hand — even adult babies are dazzled by that.