Etsy has done it again! Just when we were getting concerned that the world of denim accessories was losing steam, we found one that is perfect for men AND women: a black denim iPad case! Not only do we love it because it is made from the loveliest of fabrics, but the bold red stitching really sets it apart from your normal iPad accessory. Topped off with a funky black, red, and white printed lining, you’ll get automatic cool points from techies and fashionistas alike! (Now that is hard to do!) Reinforced with velcro and foam to make sure your iPad stays out of harm’s way, there is nothing left to worry about besides the impending theft from your soon to be jealous friends.
Images via Etsy.
Tags: black denim, denim accessories, denim iPad case, etsy, iPad, iPad accessory, iPad case, red stitching, velcro closure
Resistance is futile. If you have a smartphone of any sort, then you know that shopping for apps can be a lot of fun. Don’t fight it. Acquiesce with some of these cool apps for your smartphone, hand-picked for denimphiles who are on the go and trolling for deals. Now, if only the folks at ASOS would get the ball rolling on their app. I drool.
Denim Jeans Theme. $3.99USD – BlackBerry
Jeans Theme – $5.99USD – BlackBerry
CoolPapers. Plaster a pair of William Rast or Siwy Jeans on your iPhone wall. Go crazy. Free. (CoolPapersPro – $2.99USD)
UNIQLO Calendar. Clips and music from Uniqlo’s artistic perspective. So beautiful. So zen. Free.
Amazon Remembers. Snap a photo of a pair of jeans you just saw on someone. In no time flat, you’ll receive an email for a similar, if not identical pair of jeans (or anything else) on Amazon. Compare prices, store your wishlist. You can shop within the app without being sent to a new browser. Free.
G-Star’s NY Raw City Guide. Launched in February as part of New York Fashion Week, this guide shows you where to go and what to do at some of the coolest places in New York City. Free.
AllSaints Spitalfields. View LookBooks and new arrivals. Free.
ZARA. View LookBooks, new arrivals and even prices! Free. (iPhone/iPod/iPad/BlackBerry)
Denim Department by BlackBook. Get discounts (usually 20% off) and perks (e.g. personal denim fitting) at your local upscale denim boutique. Free.
Gap StyleMixer. Hook yourself up on the latest discounts. Free.
Metropark. Access the store’s entire online offerings of apparel and premium denim. Free.
Miss Sixty. Free.
Net-a-Porter On The Go. Scoring that coveted pair of Chloe jeans before it goes on backorder was never so easy. Free.
The Find. Shop, compare prices and find the jeans in your size at a store near you! Free.
— Kathy Ng Hassan
Tags: AllSaints, Apps, BlackBerry, G-Star, Gap, iPad, iPhone, iPod, Miss Sixty, Uniqlo
Not! Chicago illustration and design collective OhNo!Doom has posed the question: how will fashion change around our increasing addiction to and reliance of technology? The iBap (iGotaBigAssPocket) concept sends “a message about the future of mobile devices and its portability by combining fashion with function… humorously.”
So far, the fashion world, for the most part, has functioned independently, with some exceptions, such as the mass-marketed Nike and iPod collaboration. I wouldn’t put it past some denim designers out there to produce kangaroo-like back pockets for your jeans, or smart phone-friendly pockets that look cooler than the ones already available for some slacks. Not sure the boss upstairs at Denim Therapy would be willing to add iPad pockets for your beloved jeans. It might be denim abuse.
OhNo!Doom are a Chicago collective that combines our skills for a greater-good, like a Wu-Tang Clan made up of illustrators and designers. Pooling our resources, OhNo!Doom uses its weight and influence to give its memberartists increased exposure and opportunities. In addition to the collective??™s designer toy line, OhNo!Doom also operates a gallery space to showcase its members work as well as other artists, proving that the whole is greater than the sum of its parts.
— Kathy Ng Hassan
Tags: iBap, iPad