Celeb Mom Gwen Stefani and Bugaboo Team Up for World AIDS Day
In honor of World AIDS Day and their partnership with (RED)™, stroller-maker Bugaboo has teamed up with style icon and rockstar mom Gwen Stefani to create a one-of-a-kind Bugaboo Cameleon stroller that will be auctioned off to help eliminate AIDS in Africa.
Stefani designed this unique Cameleon using a floral/graffiti print from her iconic fashion line, L.A.M.B. And, for an extra touch of rockstar glam, lined the front and back of the stroller in Vachetta leather trim, embellished with rounded pyramid studs.
The auction goes live on eBay today at 12 p.m. PST and will run through Dec. 5., with 100 percent of the proceeds going to the Global Fund, helping to reach the goal of eliminating mother-to-child HIV transmission by 2015. For more info or to bid, visit the Bugaboo auction page.
While only one lucky fashion- and socially-conscious baby will get bragging rights to this hip stroller, anyone can help support the fight against AIDS in Africa through (RED) just by purchasing a Bugaboo product. Bugaboo is the only company that donates 1 percent of sales from all of their products to the Global Fund.
Many other companies have teamed up with (RED) to develop special product lines that benefit this important cause. Take a look at some more of our favorite (PRODUCT) RED stuff: Converse sneakers for kids and adults; Gap t-shirts for men and women; Beats by Dr. Dre headphones; limited edition Penguin Classics books; and even a special edition Apple iPod nano.
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