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Photos: Gadget cases don't have to be ugly

Fashionistas say you can haul around a lot of electronics and still look good.

Gadget cases don't have to be ugly

According to the blog Shiny Shiny, Japanese company Yoshida has enlisted the help of celebrity designers and artists to help with its line of iPod cases. This Genevieve Gauckler case sells for about $160 and is available on the Colette Web site.

Credit: Colette


Gadget cases don't have to be ugly

This cell phone pouch is showcased on Chanel's Web site as part of a set that includes a wallet and key case. The company doesn't list prices for the items.

Credit: Chanel


Gadget cases don't have to be ugly

Knomo's Cholet notebook tote is described as having a quilted inner pouch to keep a laptop safe. It also has inner pockets for an iPod, a PDA and stationery. It costs about $286.

Credit: Knomo


Gadget cases don't have to be ugly

Coach's new cell phone lanyard bracelet is made of enamel and nickel. It sells for $58.

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Gadget cases don't have to be ugly

Coach's multifunction tote is marketed as both a baby bag and a business carryall. It sells for $328.

Credit: Coach