What would a Vespa scooter created by a jewelry designer look like? Now you can find out

Andrew Bunney is usually in the news for his interesting jewelry collections, but this time Bunney is making headlines due to his unexpected collaboration with Vespa, the renowned manufacturer of scooters. We’ve seen some pretty cool Vespas in the past including one designed by Giorgio Armani, so our expectations were high and Bunney didn’t disappoint.

This grey version is a modern take on the original PX 150, which was first launched way back in 1946. Bunney’s version comes with racks on the front and rear that are fitted with special lights that were handcrafted in London. Hand-planished bezels, sterling silver cases for the headlamps add the finishing touches along with a seat made in Japan from Scottish leather.
This model will be available as a limited edition, early next year.

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