Do you have a girly girl in your life? Maybe one on the way?
Peg Perego prides itself on using only the most fashion-forward colors and designs on our upholstery. Since our designers work out of Milan, they’re able to easily study the coming year’s hottest trends, creating fabric collections that capture the most impactful styles and crazes. Consequently, our collections have historically been gender-neutral, adhering to colors of fashion as opposed to colors of gender.
But with purple solidified as an “it” color for the second year in a row, we knew it was time to welcome something a bit more feminine—a bit more geared to the girliest of girls.
For the 2010 collection, we have two feminine fabrics that are sure to please, not only for their delicate, girly appeal, but for their top status in the coming year’s trends. Lavanda was selected and designed for its refreshing nod to the currently vogue purple, while Naif Rose was selected not only for how well it accentuated the fashion-forward Naif design, but to meet the growing demand for a pink upholstery.
While these fabrics may appeal to girly girls, they certainly have their place in the fashion world.
Lavanda. A soft lavender is accented by a cool gray for a combination that is both chic and feminine. Purple is entering its second year as a top color, and our Lavanda upholstery reflects that prominence. Lavanda can be found on the 2010 Primo Viaggio SIP 30/30 car seat (below) and the 2010 Pliko P3 stroller (below).
Naif Rose. A vibrant pink joins the popular and modern Naif design for a look that is both girly and hip. Pink fabrics are in high demand at Peg Perego; the last time we offered a pink fabric was in 2007. Naif Rose can be found on the 2010 Prima Pappa Diner high chair (below).by admin (Erica) | Posted in Uncategorized | 17 Comments