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Nina Divito launches iPhone 4 covers for Carphone Warehouse

Image via Help My Style Nina Divito, artist and shoe designer extraordinaire, has done a range of iPhone 4 covers in conjunction with the Carphone Warehouse. This is something that would push me over the edge and into iPhone 4 …

Wed, Oct 6, 2010, 14:22

   

Image via Help My Style

Nina Divito, artist and shoe designer extraordinaire, has done a range of iPhone 4 covers in conjunction with the Carphone Warehouse. This is something that would push me over the edge and into iPhone 4 cover (if I wasn’t already there – ahem). I have gone through about three covers, all of which have cracked, in the past year, and these covers (below) are just the dinkiest little things I’ve ever seen.

They’re available in black and white; the Lisa is the white cover and the Eddie, a bold statement shoe, the black. I’m usually not a huge fan of fashion crossovers (note to Santa: I don’t really need any more notebooks with shoes, bags or dresses on them, as useful as they may be) but I think this is one that I could get into bed with. Covers are priced at €24.90 and available from selected branches.

What say you? Yay or nay to novelty, fashion accessories?

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