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Luxury iPad Cases and Sleeves

July 23, 2010

Louis Vuitton iPad Sleeve

Louis Vuitton was the first of the luxury labels to stamp their iconic monogram on an iPad leather accessory. Designed as a simple sleeve and available in Monogram Canvas and Damier Graphite, it’s an elegant addition to every LV fan’s collection. We can’t wait for a Takashi Murakami version to be released.

Salvatore Ferragamo iPad Case

The elegant and sophisticated envelope-style of Salvatore Ferragamo’s iPad cases sets it apart from conventional ones in the market. Handcrafted from calfskin and a structured shell lined with soft Alcantara provides complete protection. Leather cases are available in Black, Moss Green or Mandarin, as well as a leather-trimmed Beige Canvas version.

Gucci iPad Sleeve

Similar to Louis Vuitton, Gucci opted for a simple sleeve design for the iPad. Designed by Gucci’s creative director, Frida Giannini, it’s available in monogrammed leather and neoprene rubber Guccissima GG. Each iPad case has a strap closure and is lined with smooth suede that keeps the screen clean and scratch-free.

Tod’s iPad Case

Of all the luxury labels’ offerings, Tod’s probably has the most luxe of the lot. They are releasing four different versions of the case, one in supple calf skin and three more in exoticcroc. Designed in a folder style with an inner pocket for the tablet. We’re eyeing the electric blue one, it’s a guaranteed head turner.

via Luxury iPad Cases and Sleeves – AUGUSTMAN.com.

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One Comment
  1. Nice. Many designers are jumping on the iPad case bandwagon.

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