Now Your iPhone Can Be Tricked Out in Edie Parker

The designer is branching out beyond monogrammed clutches

Edie Parker Happy iPhone Case.
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Edie Parker Hello iPhone Case.
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Edie Parker Palm Trees iPhone Case.
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Edie Parker Wave iPhone Case.
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Edie Parker Cat iPhone Case.
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Edie Parker Rainbow iPhone Case.
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Vintage-inspired acrylic clutches from Edie Parker have become a cocktail party status symbol. The women spotted out and about with one of the signature slick bags–whether it’s brandished with the wearers name, a cheeky saying or simply covered with an adorable pattern–belong to a special group of individuals.

Mostly, this group is composed of well-dressed individuals, who know a thing or two about fashion. But they also happen to be self-aware, with a healthy sense of humor. After all, they’re shopping from a label that proudly offers up pricey evening bags with the worlds ‘Notorious,’ ‘Gangster,’ and ‘Stud.’

Now you don’t have to shell out over $1,000 to buy into the Edie Parker club, as designer Brett Heyman has just added iPhone cases into her cheerful lineup. Retailing for only $45 – $50, but containing all of the spunk of her four-figure purses, these cases are a total steal. And yes, they made to fit iPhones of all sizes and versions, from the 6 to the 7+.

The protective coverings, which come in rainbow, palm tree and ‘Happy’ iterations, are equipped with goo.ey technology. That means your case will stick to glass and mirrors–perfect for hands free selfies and Facetime chats–but it won’t feel sticky to the touch. Whether you’re a certified cat lady and want your phone case to boast that, or your just want to remind yourself to be happy, Edie Parker has a case for you.

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