After announcing a collaboration with designer Sean Wotherspoon, late last year, Vespa has now revealed the resulting special edition Primavera scooter.
Back in September 2019, Vespa and Sean Wotherspoon announced a collaboration for a new special edition Primavera scooter and capsule collection to be presented at the EICMA show in November 2019.
At the time, Piaggio Fast Forward’s Chairman Michele Colaninno said that the collaboration would be “the first in a series of collaborations to create closer ties for [its] brands with the world of design and the latest US trends.”
The Primavera Sean Wotherspoon is now available to purchase in two engine sizes – 50cc and 150cc – with a price tag of $4,399 and $5,749, respectively.
A 125cc-version has also been mentioned, but it doesn’t currently appear as an option on Vespa’s website.
The scooter is clad “in a burst of vibrant colour and extraordinary combination of materials.”
Metal, plastic, velvet, and rubber, are used “to create a striking contrast with the sinuous curves of the Vespa Primavera.”
Its steel body has chrome detailing and a white front shield “tie,” the artist’s tag appears on the front with the Vespa logo – and on the seat.
The collaboration doesn’t end there, however. If you’re not into scooters or don’t want to buy one, there is also a T-shirt capsule featuring a reimagining of the Vespa logo with Sean Wotherspoon’s signature.
Sean Wotherspoon is an American designer, sneakerhead, and YouTube creator. He designed the Nike Air Max 97/1, arguably one of the most popular sneakers in 2018.
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