These rider’s accessories, technical wear and lifestyle attire are all united by a single creative vision, whose core features are freedom and spontaneity. It’s a coordinated look that centres on the practical needs of those who ride a Vespa (or not). The clothes and accessories are designed for on-the-road adventures, but are also perfectly suited to everyday use in the city, featuring accurately executed and innovative solutions designed for the road and all its challenges.
Available next year (2018) at the main Vespa stores and online at store.vespa.com, the new rider’s accessories (gloves and helmets), technical wear (jacket with removable pads, under-seat rain parka, reflective and reversible sleeveless wind jacket) and lifestyle attire (hooded sweatshirt, T-shirt and cap) express a new concept that balances style and practicality, and draws its strength from the unique personality of the Vespa and of its fans.
The triangle featured in the design of the 1959 Vespa brochures is used to symbolise the collection, while the Mod target used on the Nazioni Italia helmets (an icon in the Vespa style) and the ornaments on the front of the Vespa Primavera and Sprint form recurring motifs for the various practical components (reflective patches, helmet pin, zipper pulls, fasteners). The colour palette is derived from the new Vespa scooter range (Blu Midnight, Rosso Vignola, Rosso Dragon, Giallo Gelosia).
The Vespa Total Look 2018 is an homage to the Vespa heritage and underscores the innate adaptability of the world-famous two-wheeler as it always remains in step with the times. The past and the future are mixed and matched just as one would expect from the Italian style that is Vespa.
Check out the 2017 Vespa lifestyle collection.