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Mossy’s got tech appeal: Kate Moss’s foray into phones

Off the collaboration radar since her time designing for Topshop ended in 2010, la Moss has revealed an exclusive set of phone and tablet covers designed for Carphone Warehouse. The collection, which comprises a range of leather and metallic cases …

Mon, Aug 12, 2013, 07:30

   

Off the collaboration radar since her time designing for Topshop ended in 2010, la Moss has revealed an exclusive set of phone and tablet covers designed for Carphone Warehouse.

The collection, which comprises a range of leather and metallic cases for phones and tablets, draws inspiration from Moss’s own wardrobe – a patent croc skin design is modelled on Moss’s favourite lighter, for example, while the range’s motif, a simple anchor emblem, is drawn from a tattoo on her wrist.

Here’s Kate with her sleb mate Pixie Geldof and, right, proving to the world that she uses her phone, in case you were in any doubt.

Prices start at €26.99 for a smartphone case up to €60.99 for a large tablet case – so it’s safe to assume that all leathers and skins are faux, and metallics aren’t approaching the precious. The Kate Moss collection is available in Carphone Warehouse stores and online now!

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