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Renowned for challenging conventions to the core, the American designer Jeremy Scott breaks up the design customs of the fashion world, creating works of art that are visually extravagant and also functional. Having dressed various superstars such as Rihanna, Katy Perry, and Miley Cyrus, as well as a renowned collaboration with the sportswear label Adidas, the Creative Director of Moschino offers a second cooperation with CYBEX.
In the first few months of an infant’s life, it is essential to have as much physical contact as possible. Our baby carriers create the perfect connection between mother and child – encouraging a close bond and a deep sense of security. Lying against the chest, a baby can hear the mother’s heartbeat, which was so familiar in the womb. Skin contact, warmth, and scents leave infants feeling protected and safe. The YEMA: A product that not only promotes healthy development but also makes a bold design statement.
Babies can be carried facing the chest from birth. The baby carrier encourages the correct posture in the spread-squat position, which can help the hip joints to develop correctly.
Babies that can hold their own head (from around 3-4 months) can also be carried in the side position. This allows them to rest against mum’s or dad’s shoulder while taking in their surroundings.
Babies with good head and upper body control (from around 6 months) can be carried in the YEMA on your back, making it easy for parents to bear the baby’s weight.
The PRIAM from the Jeremy Scott Wings Collection is an innovative 3-in-1 system. This means that one frame enables three different uses: as a travel system with a matching LUX Carry Cot, with our ergonomic infant car seat Cloud Z or as a luxurious stroller. The PRIAM from the Jeremy Scott collection is smart black with a unique gold frame, all-terrain wheels with shiny gold spokes and, of course, the signature gold wings on the LUX Carry Cot and LUX Seat.
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