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Justin Bieber X Vespa: Vespa has dabbled in this world before when the brand enlisted sneaker designer Sean Wotherspoon for a collaboration. His Primavera 50 Vespa is yellow, red, and celadon, and it’s still available for purchase. Giorgio Armani and Christian Dior have also lent their design eye to scooters.

The Justin Bieber X Vespa features graphics designed by Bieber, applied to the Vespa Sprint. If you don’t like white, look away. Bieber turned everything white, save the whitewall 12-inch tires, engine, and muffler. Oh, and the taillight is red. There are grey flames on the body and front fender, with “Justin Bieber” written in script on the body.

This partnership is the latest example of Vespa working with global brands—Giorgio Armani, Christian DiorSean Wotherspoon—to create head-turning special-edition scooters.

“The first time I rode a Vespa was somewhere in Europe, probably either London or Paris,” Bieber explains. “I just remember seeing a Vespa and being like, ‘I want to ride one of those.’ And I had such a great time, just the wind flying through my hair, the freedom. It was fun. I love Vespa, and to partner with such a classic brand is so cool. Being able to express myself, whether it’s through art, music, visuals, or aesthetics, being able to create something from nothing; it’s a part of me. Ultimately, the goal in creating and designing is always to put your own unique spin on things.”

The Justin Bieber X Vespa is a limited-edition model, available with either a 50cc, 125cc, or 150cc motor. It comes with gloves, plus a white helmet with “Justin spin” and gray flame graphics that match the scooter.

We don’t have a price for the Justin Bieber X Vespa scooter, and you’ll have to wait until April 18 to reserve one on the Vespa website.

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