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The Fancy Functional iPhone Case We've Been Waiting For

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    You've seen your precious iPhone take a tumble enough times to know that a sturdy case is non-negotiable. And even fashion's coolest ladies can commiserate. Thankfully, Giovanna Battaglia, the former D&G model (who went on to become the editor of L'Uomo Vogue and contributing fashion editor to W), has designed three gorgeously feminine and elegant iPhone 5 cases along with the tech-protect experts at Case Scenario.

    Aside from the gate-like design (a godsend for those of you fed up with prying your phone free from the clutches of your impossibly-tight, clunky case), the quality covering is snug enough so that when you're rummaging around your handbag, your phone and case will emerge as one. Not to mention, in a variety of shiny colors, there's a much greater chance you'll actually spot your cell when buried under your lipstick, wallet, and keys.

    Click through to see the glam and super easy to clip-on, clip-off cases that will help save your favorite tech toy in case it does decide to drop from your hand mid-Instagram or fall off the bed while you try to hit the snooze button (yes, that really happens). Priced from $35 to $40, these ornate cases are now available for purchase on Case Scenario.

    Photo: Courtesy of Case Scenario

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