British accessories brand, Tovi Sorga, has released their latest range of sustainable leather wallet cases for the brand new iPhone 12 series, and they’re more lust-worthy than ever. Experts in the complex art of leather printing, the brand’s highly coveted phone covers are the perfect canvas to show off stylish signature print designs.
A go-to choice for ecologically conscientious shoppers who are also looking for inspiring, statement accessories, Tovi Sorga phone cases are 95% biodegradable – using a nifty high-tech grip pad called micro-suction to secure your phone, instead of the usual rigid plastic cases which end up in landfill. Handcrafted in their beautiful Cotswold studio in England, each case is made to order to help minimise unwanted stock. The brand only uses hides recycled as a waste product of the food industry, while beneath each case’s soft suede lining, the core structure is created from sustainable eco leather board, reconstituted from waste leather offcuts.
And alongside these noble credentials, let’s not get distracted from the sheer beauty of the cases themselves. With a tactile, buttery-soft finish, this latest collection brings a contemporary edge to opulent classical influences. The Maranta Prayer Plant case is particularly noteworthy, with its bold layering of natural and graphic stripes, complemented by a metallic rose gold interior. There’s a total of 10 new designs to choose from for men and women. Discover oriental snakes and eagles, Zulu inspired contemporary graphics, intricate tapestry and the showstopper of the collection – delicate black and apricot roses printed directly onto shimmering metallic gold leather.
Whether you’re upgrading to the brand new Apple iPhone 12 Series being released this season, or for any other model of iPhone, Samsung Galaxy or the sustainable Fairphone, Tovi Sorga has got you covered. The collection ranges from £95 – £125 and each case can be personalised with a monogram, name or special message for the ultimate gift.
British designer and leather craftsman, Tovi Sorga, began creating unique printed leather cases for the first iPods back in 2009. Over the past decade, his distinctive brand has developed an international following for luxury tech accessories. Notably achieving significant acclaim for pioneering fashionable contactless payment bracelets and key fobs in partnership with Pingit for UK consumers, and with global corporate partners including Visa for the Women’s World Cup in 2019.
Discover a selected range of contactless payment accessories at Selfridge’s Oxford Street Smartech concession from November 2020. Shop the full collection, including brand new phone cases, at www.tovisorga.com now.