Lanvin is recognized as the world's oldest fashion house that is still in operation. The world-renown French fashion label dates back to 1889 when Jeanne Lanvin opened a milliner’s boutique in Paris. For a better part of its lifespan, Lanvin specialized in apparel and perfumes for women. In 1993, they decided to focus exclusively on developing ready-to-wear fashions for both men and women. The brand is indeed getting on in years, but Lanvin cases will prove the brand is still hip to the times.
The 2012 men’s collection currently features exclusively-made iPad/10” tablet case designs. Choices include: a leather tablet sleeve ($275), three back protectors ($110 each), and the “Monsieur” leather briefcases (small $750/large $2,000). The women’s collection features some zipper clutches, which can double as tablet cases for ladies to hold small 5” to 8” devices.
Whether you seek a classic-looking, formal business case, or a colorful design to compliment your high-spirited, playful sense of style, Lanvin can currently provide. Like all things high-fashion, consumers should expect to pay a fancy price to buy Lanvin tablet cases.