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Captured On Camera: Moda:ko Press Preview

Seeing how dependent people (namely me) are on their precious tech-devices, it only makes sense that we should want to protect them in the most stylish way possible right?

Last week I attended the press preview for Canadian brand Moda:ko to experience first-hand their stylish, savvy and ever-so-practical tech cases (which also double as cute clutches I might add). Available for iPads, iPad Minis and MacBooks, there were a variety of designs available to choose from. And how can you not get excited about these crazy cool prints and colours??


One of my favourite prints – the Yves for iPad Mini case.


The Downtown Collection

Now being someone who is absolutely obsessed with bags, clutches, purses…you name it, I wanted to take them all home! But in the end I walked away with a super cute case for my iPad Mini! It even matched a blazer I had in my closet!


The Blair for iPad Mini Case matched this blazer from my own closet perfectly!

There are two different collections available from the brand, the Downtown Collection (think bold, bright prints) and the Uptown Collection (sleek, sophisticated, also with Italian leather detailing).


The Uptown Collection

The thing about the case that I especially love is that it actually feels like it is protecting my iPad. This definitely puts my mind at ease when I am putting it in my purse or tote to get going for the day.

Another great thing specifically about the Stella for iPad Mini case (from the Uptown Collection) is that it doubles as a purse, it comes with a removable metal shoulder chain.


If you’re thinking about buying a case, head to the Moda:ko site to shop the entire collection or visit Easy Tiger or Room2046 here in Toronto.

Here I am rocking the Neville for MacBook case in Black & Red:

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