Bottega Veneta was created in 1966 as a luxury goods company steeped in the traditions of Italy’s master craftsmen. This business plan is similar to another famed Italian fashion house, Gucci, who actually bought the company in 2001. They had already made a name for themselves, but with the help of Gucci Group, Bottega Veneta was able to ward off a steady decline and emerge as one of the world’s premier luxury brands.
Since their establishment this company has gained a reputation for catering to the rich and famous, and the new collection of Bottega Veneta tablet cases are not any different. There are currently three different models of iPad cases - The Tourmaline Intrecciato Nappa ($630), The Stone Karung ($850), and the Nero Lambskin Cobra ($1100). Each is styled as a tablet sleeve, varying in material and choice of color, including: classic neutrals for formal tastes, and bright neon for a more flashy, contemporary style.
Bottega Veneta designer tablet cases are the epitome of glamour, elegance and sophisticated high-class style. One is made of genuine snakeskin, and the others are made of genuine leather that is woven to give the appearance of snakeskin. And just like a snake, your wallet will have to shed a few layers in order to buy Bottega Veneta iPad cases.