Why the Inglesina name
The answer has to do with our company’s first model in the 1960s: the historic ‘Londra’, with a leaf-spring frame inspired by the traditional English carriages of the British court. Hence the name ‘Inglesina’, which is feminine in Italian, like the word for ‘pram‘.
1969, Ready for the moon
Inglesina launches an entirely restyled product range with renovated frames, dynamic models and new colors. Production remains limited, but top-class for a particularly demanding clientèle. This is how Apollo, the stroller inspired by the first trip to the moon, was created.
Small steps towards the future
The baby bassinets, designed to be attached to the frame, and the reversible stroller seat are launched. The twin line is released at the same time.
All the moms in the world are beautiful
Along with the launch of the CD and the walkmen came Inglesina’s first advertising campaigns.
Transport for the new generations
Alice pram marks a turning point in production: a baby carrier with a rigid frame is introduced, along with the King frame featuring an umbrella-folding system. Travel systems are developed during these years.
A guide to the very first years
The first guide for the very first years is released, offering solutions and advice for children and their parents.
At home with practicality and elegance
M’Home - a collection of products dedicated to your home - is launched, featuring clean-cut, minimalistic shapes setting the most sophisticated interior design trends at the time.
Ready to take-off
Have you ever seen a stroller fly through the city among skyscrapers and the metropolitan chaos? Inglesina launches Avio.
Madonna features the Inglesina Classica pram in her
"Give me all your luvin'" music video.
The era of the great Bassinet begins
The Inglesina bassinets get even bigger to give your sweetie all the space they deserve.