In the wake of Apple Inc.`s next generation iPad 2 device, Capulet, the London-based luxury women`s accessories label, has announced its new collection of limited edition Luxury Leather iPad 2 Cases.
They come in a stylish range of high quality, luxury leather sleeves in a range of colours from `Fleur` – a pale taupe with a Satsuma orange lining, `Joanne` and `Melissa` in a vibrant violet, `Alison` in fresh apple mint, `Sharon` in coffee brown with a hint of khaki and `Marija` in a muted snakeprint.
Each luxury leather iPad 2 case is handmade in a town in Southern Spain. The town is famously home to master craftsmen who work with the cream of European designers on leather goods. This area is known for its long history in leather making and the local artisans pride themselves on producing high quality leather goods, which will stand the test of time through the use of traditional production methods.
Capulet only use quality materials to create truly luxurious products. All leathers are sourced from the finest tanneries in Europe and each case lined with genuine suede.
Joyce Lin, Capulet`s co-founder, stated: `Our goal is to offer stylish and luxurious case options for the latest devices as they enter the tablet market. Designing beautiful cases for our gadgets is a must. Why should we sacrifice our style whilst using the latest technology? The latest collection is the perfect accompaniment to this season`s high fashion 70`s revival and minimalist look.`
The packaging of the cases is also very stylish, each beautifully presented in a suede case and silky ribbon. The only drawback is that the cases themselves do not offer a high degree of protection to the Ipads. In some situations corners of the Ipads are exposed. However, they can accommodate the Ipad whilst housed in it`s smart case.
The luxury leather iPad 2 cases have simply been designed to add style to your technology whether for at work or in the high street.
Cases are also available for the Kindle, Galaxy Tab, 10Ç½?ª¶ü notebooks, and 13Ç½?ª¶ü notebooks. Prices are not cheap, but what would you expect from handmade, high end luxury leather goods? Such chic will always come at a cost.
The items are receiving impressive reviews from fashion media as they are displaying exquisite craftmanship with a definite nod to the clean lines of Celine and neutral tones of Chloe/Stella McCartney. They are available from Mercer and Wells (in the Square Mile) and Wolf and Badger (Notting Hill) plus online at capuletlondon.com.
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