From diamond-studded Calypso iPhone 6S range to USB flash drives encrusted with gems, we’ve seen various jewelry-inspired pieces so far. However, jewelry and motorized scooters are indeed a rare match. But British jewelry designer Andrew Bunney has collaborated with Vespa, renowned manufacturer of scooters, to correlate jewelry with Vespa PX 15. The resulting masterpiece is the gorgeous mid-century automotive clad in gray and silver livery.
The Vespa PX 150 was first released in 1946 and also proclaimed as one of Hollywood’s most enduring models. Now, the upgraded Bunney’s signature gray scooter boasts front and back racks that are fitted with special lights. These headlamps are handcrafted in London and embedded with custom-worked 925 sterling silver cases, making it an exclusive two-wheeler.
Adding more to its aesthetics, the contemporary version of Vespa is even decorated with hand-planished bezels and sterling silver peaks. Moreover, the ultra luxurious seat is covered with Scottish leather that’s hand-assembled in Japan. The camel-colored seat forms a striking contrast, giving stylish appearance to the upgraded scooter.
Previously, we featured dazzling Indian Chief Classic encrusted in Swarovski Crystals on MyCoolBin. This shimmering motorcycle is inclined towards glamorous, fashion-loving biker girls. On the other hand, the jewelry-inspired Vespa PX 150 scooter comes in neutral minimalist design that will be loved by both males and females.
The extravagant Vespa model by Bunney will be available in early 2016. As it is inspired by jewelry, so it won’t come cheap. To get your hands on this opulent ride, you need to shell out whopping ¥ 4,320,000 (approx. US $666,270). For more information and details, you may visit Vespa’s official website or Pen online magazine.
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