Dior Introduces First Baby Stroller With Luxe Oblique Print

Take your little ones out in style.

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Dior is offering a luxurious way to take your little ones out in style with its first-ever baby stroller.

Crafted in partnership with Italian brand Inglesina — best known for its deluxe baby strollers and highchairs — Dior’s inaugural pushchair is highlighted by its iconic Oblique pattern found on the adjustable canopy, offering opulent protection from the sun and rain. The equally lavish accompanying diaper bag follows the same design theme, while additional branding hits make its way on to the handles and wheels. The stroller can be taken out or set into the frame and arrives with additional support and comfort for babies and an innovative ventilation system and mattress fashioned with natural bamboo fibers.

The Inglesina x Dior Oblique Print Baby Stroller is available now in Europe, the Middle East, Singapore and Hong Kong, and is set to drop in Mainland China and Japan in December 2020.

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