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Pipetto presented yet another take on classic origami design for a folio tablet case. This time around it was done for the very latest Apple iPad Pro. The case comes crafted from soft, yet durable PU leather for decent impact protection and luxurious suedette interior lining for extra scratch safety. The snap-in polycarbonate shell safeguards the device from all sides, but offers immediate access to all ports and buttons when needed. The most attractive feature of the case, however, is still its Origami design for the integrated stand functionality. The cover folds in a variety of ways similar to the ancient Japanese art and offers multiple viewing angles. The cover also supports the auto sleep/wake functionality of the device.About Pipetto:
In 2007, Pipetto was founded at Portobello Market, in London’s Notting Hill. Designer and founder, Chantal Therien, handcrafted a range of glamourous mens and womens western belts, each unique using vintage artifacts, ornate metal buckles and worn-in leathers to create one-off pieces.
In late 2007, the small brand launched online, photographing friends to model the handmade belts and word-of-mouth to build up a small following. In early 2012, Pipetto launched its biggest collaboration range yet. A collaboration range with Apple Europe, that set itself apart from all other brands in terms of quality, design and style.
As part of an exclusive list of 7 brands to design in collaboration with and exclusively for Apple Europe, Pipetto’s accessories are now available in Apple in over 20 countries across Europe both, online and retail, and from Pipetto’s official online store.