caseable is Re-launching!

caseable has come a long way since our launch last November. We have completed our fully customizable laptop sleeve and had our first Christmas sale. Of course, we have also continued with our product development and are now happy to reveal the results!

caseable is proud to present our re-launch. In addition to our existing laptop sleeves, we now offer high quality handmade design and protection for your iPad and Kindle, as well as caseable journal. To accompany our new products, we have also created a new, cleaner website with a more polished design that better reflects our work.

And for those of you still wondering who we are exactly . . .

caseable is an international company, based in Brooklyn and Berlin, that hand crafts individual sleeves and cases for your favorite electronics. We offer a variety of stylish designs to choose from and, with our customization tool, our customers can create their own design using text, colors and images of their choice.

Here are just a few of the new products you can find as part of our re-launch:

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Office Photo Shoot!

It was quite an eventful day here at the office as we hosted our own caseable photo shoot!

And what better an image to represent caseable (based in Brooklyn, NY) than the Brooklyn Bridge itself? Embodying the cool and urban style that defines caseable, this iconic structure was turned into a hip and rather trendy laptop case.

As David attempts to perfect the office lighting, without injury of course, the photo shoot was a success capturing the perfect snapshot of the latest at caseable. In fact, checkout the finished image as it features David himself (after all, he is That Guy).

But we all know there is more out there than just the Brooklyn Bridge, and so we ask, what structure would you most love to recreate onto your laptop sleeve?

Also, feel free to wave back at our Mina … no need to be shy!

Versace and H&M Collaborate!

So exciting, I just had to share!

As a fashion lover, let’s face it, the key to shopping on a budget is to look like a million bucks while spending as close to zero bucks as possible but, who ever thought luxury and affordability would become one?

This coming fall, Donatella Versace will be working with H&M stores to design her latest line of clothing. That is right, you can be sporting the Versace brand for the affordable prices we have come to know and love at H&M.

Set to be available November 17th, the collection will feature 40 pieces for women, 20 for men, and a series of accessories inspired by the iconic designs of Versace’s past.

Sidenote: Wouldn’t a caseable case be the perfect addition? … just saying.

The collection will be available in about 300 stores worldwide. Donatella Versace has also designed a pre-spring collection for H&M, which will be exclusively available in countries with H&M on-line sales starting January 19th.

“I am thrilled to be collaborating with H&M and to have the opportunity of reaching their wide audience. The collection will be quintessential Versace, perfect for H&M and Versace fans everywhere,” says Donatella herself.

So anyone else as excited as I am?

caseable loves spring

The color geniuses at Pantone have deemed Honeysuckle the color of the year for 2011. We have rounded up some inspiration to incorporate this “encouraging and uplifting” color into your spring wardrobe.

The honeysuckle color has popped up all over the Spring 2011 runway shows from Jason Wu & Marc Jacobs to Michael Kors. Accessories from nail polish to pumps, gloves and gloss also display the featured pink.

What better way to keep up with the trends than displayed on a caseable case?

Design: The Tube, be sure to “mind the gap”

The London Underground, also known as the “TheUnderground” or more simply as “The Tube”, is the oldest underground railway system in the world and started operating on 10th January 1863.

The Tube/London Metro


Design: The Eiffel Tower

The Eiffel Tower in Paris was build exclusively for the 1989 World’s Fair and was supposed to be destructed a couple of years later. 120 years later it is still the highest building in Paris and the world’s most-visited paid monument.


Design: The Brandenburg Gate

The Brandenburg Gate is the iconic landmark of Berlin, where a mere 20 years ago the Berlin Wall was located, separating Western from Eastern Germany. Only due to the help of David Hasselhoff, or “The Hoff” how the Germans call him, this monument of segregation could be teared down:

Das Brandenburger Tor

Brandenburg Gate by night


Design: The Ko Tapu Island in Thailand

This photo depicts the beautiful James Bond Island in Puket, Thailand, which became famous after being in the James Bond movie: The man with the golden gun.

Thailand - James Bond Island


Design: The legendary Audrey Hepburn

Audrey Hepburn was not just an actress, she was the symbol of an era and her most iconic movie “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” will be in the minds of people for years to come.