Day by day, I realize babies are truly living a life of luxury. They're already carefree, unemployed, and fed by someone else regularly. And now, they're getting luxurious drip too!

The latest baby steez arrives in the form of a stroller, courtesy of Verdy's Girls Don't Cry brand and German baby goods' brand Cybex.

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Priced at 36,000 yen (approx. 250 USD), the Girls Don't Cry x Cybex stroller sees Cybex's award-winning Libelle buggy dripped out with Verdy's signature Bookmania brand font and heart motifs.

With Verdy and his wife Tomu recently welcoming their first bundle of joy, the Girls Don't Cry x Cybex Libelle stroller ultimately becomes a love letter not only to his spouse but the other new moms of the world.

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Undoubtedly stylish, the collaborative stroller preserves the applauded practicality of the Libelle model. The Girls Don't Cry's stroller totes the Cybex design's noteworthy features like convenient compact and unfolding capabilities.

In one swift hand motion, the stroller is ready to seat your kiddo (seriously, just peep the video tutorial).

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Plus, Libelle's adjustable leg rest and recliner on top of padded straps vow to keep one's tot nestled comfortably and safely throughout the trip.

There's also a compartment to hold baby carriers and other belongings, suitable for the limited edition GDC x Cybex travel bag included with the stroller purchase.

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The Girls Don't Cry x Cybex Libelle stroller — which drops on September 20 at Isetan the Space in the Itami Shinjuku Store – provides functional ease for moms on the go and a stylish ride for their unbothered little ones.

The North Face has mommy-and-me 'fits, Dior has toddlers riding around in $5k monogram carriages, and Saint Laurent spoils kids with $1,000-dollar toys. Now, Verdy is about to have babies riding in the style of Girls Don't Cry.

If I were a baby, tears wouldn't fall from my eyes during a ride in GDC stroller.

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