In modern-day society, where our lives are run by some form of electrical device or another (not kidding – where would you be without maps on the go?), The Case Factory AW14 collection could not be more perfectly timed. With a collection that features luxurious leather smart phone and tablet cases in designs for your every desire; what better way to epitomise head-to-toe chic this season?
The brand’s heritage derives from authentic Italian family history, which has seen many generations honing the perfect leather tanning and cutting technique.
The Case Factory’s Angela Martarelli had a great grandfather who founded the company Nazareno Gabrielli in 1907 in her native city of Tolentino, which quickly became requested by royalty (literally, the King of Savoia) in 1927. The brand developed generation after generation within the family business, becoming renowned for its exclusive handmade leather products, until their first flagship store was actually opened in Stockholm in 2012.
Although still primarily based in Stockholm, The Case Factory now works with retail partners worldwide including in Hong Kong, Barcelona, Milan and the UK.
What really sets The Case Factory apart is the exclusivity and care that you know goes into each and every product. The finest Italian leather is selected from both their family-owned tannery back in Italy and exclusive tanneries, which supply the likes of Prada and Hermes.
Recognising that iPhone and iPad cases are one of the freshest ways to express personal style at a glance, they have strived to reflect current fashion trends in terms of colour, texture and pattern in their case products. This innovative approach has allowed the production of properly fashionable technology, arguably for the first time we’ve ever seen!
And it’s not only the King of Savoia who has lusted after these products; current ambassadors of the brand include the Queen of Sweden and Princess Madeleine of Sweden. So, if you fancy getting yourself a little taste of royalty, then have a sneaky peeky at The Case Factory’s website here.
Price points start at £85 and stockists include Net-a-porter and Harvey Nichols.