Designer tech cases are basically status bags for your phone. But sometimes, they look fantastic but can't actually protect your precious cell. (Or, even worse, you have to pull them out of the case to use them, and then it's like, what's the point?) In their fifth collaboration with the Andy Warhol Foundation, Incase solves that problem and indulges in our Edie Sedgwick obsession.
Watch Edie Sedgwick model Betsey Johnson's first collection in Ciao! Manhattan here.
The tech company reveals three new designs and a re-vamp of the Cow print from seasons past - this time, done in denim. Along with Andy's sketches and photo booth snaps of the artist, the new collection includes a series inspired by Chelsea Girls.
Plus: See these new Kenzo iPhone cases.
Named after Warhol's popular 1966 film (which also leant its name to Velvet Underground singer Nico's first solo album), the cases feature silhouettes of Andy and the film's subjects, including Nico, Edie, Ultra Violet, and Ingrid Superstar. Alongside the faces, printed in silver against a black background, are rave reviews of the film that documented "life as it happened". In simpler -- but not artistically similar -- terms, it was The Hills
before The Hills,
with more sex and drugs.
You can get "Chelsea Girls" for your iPhone, laptop, iPad or books (in the form of a tote), and as a plus, each case is lined with a familiar shade of Nylon pink.
Warhol InCase Series 5, $40 - $130 here.