Fashion has now started to move towards a techno-centric space. Technology is great, but what is making it even better is the layer of design and elegance coated over it. Today’s generation is a technology-friendly and technology-dependent generation and designers are well aware of this fact. This was very much evident during the Louis Vuitton Spring/Summer 2017 fashion show in Paris Fashion Week. The creative director, Nicolas Ghesquière, presented the spring/summer collection where models walk-in with their iPhone 6, covered with the fantastic LV cases, on the runway.


Since iPhones have become such an important part of our lives, Nicolas Ghesquière has offered iPhone cases for people who wish to style their iPhones in luxury. Coming to the design of these cases, it is solid and sharp. The case designs seems to reinterpret the very popular Louis Vuitton Petite Malle bag. It has similar trunk style design with lots of blings and studs. There is a variety of colors and patterns that the designer brand has offered in these cases. These cases also come with earpods covers.


The Petite Malle bags made their debut in 2014 and with these bags the brand created mini bags resembling a luxury trunks. Carrying the popular design forward, the fashion house has now come up with a smaller version in the form of these Petite Malle phone cases for iPhone.

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The cost of these cases has still not been revealed but we’re sure the cases are soon going to find many fans. The strategy of introducing the cases on the runway was downright fantastic. Clearly a treat for all the iPhone lovers!
Paris Fashion Week 2016 was a 9 days fashion affair that witnessed fashion honchos, journalist and retailers from all over the world.


The annual fashion events starts from New York and reached Paris via London and Milan. The major highlights of the event were Anthony Vaccarello’s debut collection for Saint Laurent who presented an 80s inspired collection that signifies the brand’s roots but the designs were also whimsical, keeping in pace with present trends.


Actress and singer, Rihanna also made her debut as a designer at the Fashion Week. Designers also used tee-shirt designs to communicate important messages. Haider Ackermann, Maison Margiela, Sacai, Paco Rabanne made slogan tee-shirts this season’s favorite trend. Saint Laurent and Balenciaga, brought back the puffed sleeves from the 80s along with other designers who experimented with long exaggerated sleeves.

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