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Personal Accessories - Concepts
Client: Worrell (U.S.)
Design: Worrell (U.S.)
Wiegen puts a first-time parent’s attention where it should be: on the child. Parents are able to safely interact face-to-face with their children as they take them out into the world. The stroller can be easily adjusted as the child grows and wants to sit upright. It is also easy to collapse and store.