We always love Bugaboo's picks for its designer partnerships, and the brand's latest collaboration with Pendleton Woolen Mills is no exception. Launching in September, the collection consists of a range of stroller accessories and blankets inspired by Pendleton's signature Native American heritage.
Each of the line's three patterns — Crossroads, Jacquard, and Rob Roy — is designed for an individual Bugaboo stroller and represents a story from a region of the US that's conveyed through stripes, shapes, and colors. Pendleton boasts a rich history of 150 years of weaving fabric in the Pacific Northwest and is headquartered in Portland, OR.
Whether your baby cruises town in the Cameleon 3, the Donkey, or the Bee, there's a Pendleton set that's just for him. The line ranges from $159-$259, and while it won't be available until September, you can shop Bugaboo's Andy Warhol and Viktor & Rolf collections now!