I have seen many iPad cases in my day, but this one just takes the cake on so many levels. The Lynus iPad 2 case from Philip Lim is the first real fur case we have ever seen for the iPad. Not only did a rabbit die to make this atrocious looking thing, but the case also looks like it could be a distant cousin of Cookie Monster on Sesame Street. You know, the one who loves Apps instead of cookies.
We heart iPad cases like no one’s business here, but bringing real fur into the equation just takes things to a whole new absurd level. The exterior of the case features dyed rabbit hair that hails from Italy and a lambskin lining that will hug your iPad under this furry mess.
The zip around closure keeps the iPad from slipping out and the folio-style case makes it easy for you to carry around your iPad in this case for all to see (if you dare). The Lynus iPad case from Philip Lim is available in blue, black, and Absinthe and retails for a staggering $750. Instead of plunking down money for a dead rabbit, why not go donate that cash to a animal shelter. Your iPad will thank you for it.
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