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Charlotte Spring/Summer 2013 Collection from Givori

By Brian Pho


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If you got so much cash that you don’t mind spending it on all sorts of vogue, fashion-related items, then here’s a catch for you. Givori has recently lifted the veils of the Charlotte Spring/Summer 2013 Collection, topped by the iPhone 5 special edition handset and cover.

The US-based brand has teamed up with Damas Jewelry for this collection; therefore these might be quite some nice news. In fact, it is extremely opulent yet equally discrete, the two brands having made use of 19-carat rose gold, diamonds, Chalcedony gemstones and alligator leather dyed in the finest of rose tones. There’s also quite a lot of techno-stuff into these gadgets, as the American brand had reportedly made use of the gorgeous iPhone 5 with 64 GB of storage space. Inspiration mainly comes from the English Rose tone during the spring season, to go perfectly with the glamorous ladies that wear such charming colors while en vogue.

Without any shadow of machination, the GM of Givori, Stephanie Holden, calls these phones jewelry. The rose tone we were talking about earlier is part of some rare fabrication, beginning with the Mississippiensis leather dyed in coral pink. As for the diamonds, they sum up at around one carat. The buttons, on the other hand, together with some internal parts, were hand-manufactured in Italy. The battery cover has been garnished with chalcedony gems, handcrafted individually in Italy, just like the bee-shaped navigation button. As a last minute touch, Givori has used nanotechnology-based treatments for this phone, so that it’ll stand the test of time in term of coloration and manufacture.

Price-wise, they prove to be quite costly – $12,250 apiece, as just 50 pieces will ever be manufactured. They are available at Burjuman in Dubai, Axiom Telecom stores, Harvey Nichols outlet in Dubai, Mall of the Emirates and Saks Fifth Avenue, Damas Les Exclusives Boutiques at the Burj Al Arab Hotel, Dubai Mall and Wafi.

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About Brian Pho

Brian is a freelance writer and journalist with a passion for technology, gadgets and home innovations, a love for travel and a keen interest in anything that moves, whether it's cars, planes or yachts. Learn more about Luxatic's Editorial Process.

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