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Vespa LX 50 Scooter - Limited Edition - Kate Spade Contest winner

Estimated price for orientation: 1 000 $

Category: Vespa

Model Year: 2011 Fuel Type: Gas
Engine Size: 49cc

2011 Vespa LX 50 with exterior art work by designer kate spade new york. Purchased in 2013 from a local Vespa dealer in Atlanta on consignment from the winner of the 2012 kate spade New York sweepstakes! Purchased for my wife and driven only in our small neighborhood. Only 189 original miles! Grab a piece of history and happy bidding! Only two owners. The story of kate spade- New York:  It all started back in 1993, when Kate Brosnahan, a former accessories editor at mademoiselle, set out to design the sleek, utilitarian handbag she'd been craving for years, but hadn’t been able to find. and so began a revolution in the accessories market.  Over time, core values were reinforced by classic shapes and modern graphic elements, establishing a visual shorthand for the iconic American brand. In 2007, kate spade turned the reins to design powerhouse liz claiborne, inc. deborah lloyd, formerly of banana republic and burberry, took the helm as president and chief creative officer with an aim to broaden the line while honoring the brand’s rich history. Today, you are able to find kate spade new york women everywhere—with dozens of retail shops, a thriving e-com business, 89 boutiques in asia, a new flagship in brazil and distribution in more than 400 doors worldwide. The story of Piaggio: In 1884 in a town in Italy, Rinaldo owned a company that produced locomotives and railway carriages.  Rinaldo and his wife had two children Enrico and Elizabetta. During World War I the company focused on producing aircraft. During World War II the company’s plant was completely demolished by Allied bombing. Elizabetta had a vision for Italy. A vision that could help ease the sting of their great losses and help bring prosperity back to Italy. As a small girl she was stung by Wasp and survived an allergic reaction that nearly killed her. She was driven by the memory of how such a small creature could have killed her and that became the belief that nothing is too big to overcome.