The Vespa x Sean Wotherspoon Primavera scooter is all things bright and beautiful


Vespa is looking better and brighter than ever thanks to its cool collaborations first with Dior and now with streetwear superstar Sean Wotherspoon. The news of a collaboration started doing the rounds in 2019 and it’s finally here in an all-yellow demeanor, a stark contrast to the understated limited-edition Vespa 946 Christian Dior. The newest version of the Vespa bears a lot of color in typical Sean Wotherspoon style and is called Vespa Primavera Sean Wotherspoon. The Vespa brings with it a lot of positivity and hope along with a complementing helmet and a capsule collection of streetwear garments including two modern-style T-shirts. The vehicle will take you back in the retro years of the ’80s with its blend of hues like yellow, red, dark green and sea green that envelope the entire vehicle, decked by white inserts such as the necktie on the front shield, the profiles of the body and the wheels, which have the Vespa logo embossed on the rims. The headlight frame, luggage rack, and passenger handle are highlighted with chrome finishes. This extraordinary artist chose light brown ribbed velvet for the saddle, to which he added a white finish and his distinctive logo, to give it that streetwear edge; something that’s expected of a true rising star of youth fashion.


Vespa Primavera Sean Wotherspoon is fully environmentally friendly and powered by a four-stroke single-cylinder engine. The Vespa does stand out as a pretty yellow thing but the helmet is also deserving of several compliments. It looks straight out of a cartoon and does seem more impressive than the t-shirts. Do you prefer the bright and sunshiny Vespa Primavera Sean Wotherspoon or the subtle packed with Italian-ness Vespa 946 Christian Dior? The Vespa x Sean Wotherspoon Primavera is available in the United States in different displacements as either a 50 or a 150. The 50 is selling for $4,399, while the 150 can be yours for only $5,749.

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