March 15, 2011
March is proving to be an exciting month for Apple gadget lovers. Last week saw the release of the iPad 2 in the United States and over here in Europe we can look forward to the same on the 25th March!
Now we all know that no iPad/laptop/phone is complete without the accompanying stylish holder to protect it and this is where Capulet London comes in. Capulet London is a luxury women’s accessories label that specialises in fashion for the technology world – what could be more appropriate to feature on Fashionology!?
Capulet were kind enough to send me two of their latest cases designed for the both the iPad and iPad 2 – I was so excited when they arrived, they come in cute, soft, orange material gift bags tied with a ribbon!
Below you can see the ‘Alison’ case in apple mint with beige suede interior; this is my favourite of the collection, in which there are four cases. The cases are made in Europe from real Italian calf leather and each one is totally unique.
I was also sent the more vampy ‘Marija’ case which comes in a brown snakeskin print with a bright orange suede lining. All cases come with one main pocket to hold the iPad, as well as an external pocket for any other accessories.
The case is fastened with a magnetic clip and features the gold Capulet London logo on the front – it is small and classy. The Capulet London iPad cases also come in pale taupe with suede orange interior (‘Fleur’) and a vivacious violet with beige suede interior (‘Melissa’).
You can purchase your very own stylish iPad or iPad 2 case from Capulet London the online store – prices range from £240.00 for the Fleur, Alison and Melissa, up to £249.00 for the Marija.
So whether you have an iPad or are impatiently awaiting the new and improved iPad 2, a Capulet case will be what you want covering it. They go with any outfit and surely, doesn’t your precious iPad deserve the very best?
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