Utilizing its Bolduc pattern, the “Fauve”-hued Fawn Barenia calfskin-covered iPhone case stands as the last word in luxury, or at least for adding a luxurious twist to the latest smartphone from Apple. The print includes hot stamps of Hermès’ moniker and the horse-drawn cart logo and is designed to replicate the ribbon that wraps around the brand’s iconic orange boxes.
Additionally, the piece is comprised of two components that sees a thicker panel stitched onto the base using white thread, which adds a clean and sophisticated contrast to the brown-toned case. All the standard cut-outs and bumps are added for your charging port and volume buttons to be easily accessed or controlled, and on the inside, Hermès has lined the case in more leather before stamping it with its “Made in France” statement.
Hermès says that the case is more than just for looks as it’s protective too, having been subjected to use tests. It also easily snaps into place thanks to a host of magnets embedded into the body, and it works with Qi-certified induction chargers and MagSafe charging accessories.
Take a look at the Hermès Bolduc Apple iPhone 12 and 12 Pro case above, and pre-order yours online now for £450 GBP (approx. $625 USD). Shipping will commence on April 27.
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