The phablet has been showcased as part of Moschino’s Spring/Summer runway look
Good news for those who plan on purchasing the Galaxy Note 3 this week, as Samsung has just announced a partnership with Moschino, which will bring a new series of accessories for its upcoming phablet.Both the Galaxy Note 3 smartphone and Galaxy Gear smartwatch were showcased as part of Moschino’s 2014 Spring/Summer runway look at its 30th Anniversary celebration last weekend.
The new accessories will be released in the form of peace signs in black/gold and white/silver color themes, as well as heart-shaped accessories in both white/red and white/gold.
Both types of accessories will be made largely available, but additional ones will expand the lineup and will be on sale exclusively for Samsung Galaxy devices.
“Samsung is dedicated to understanding the needs of consumers in their mobile lives. We continue to see amazing synergies between innovative, design-conscious technologies and the creation of new fashion designs and ideas.
“Partnering with a leader in the fashion industry like Moschino demonstrates how Samsung Mobile is committed to delivering innovative ways for consumers to design and articulate fresh forms of expression through their mobile experiences,” said Younghee Lee, executive vice president of global marketing, IT and mobile division at Samsung Electronics.
Samsung Galaxy Note 3 already appeals to style-conscious customers thanks to its soft and textured-touch back cover with delicate stitching.
In the same piece of news, Samsung and Moschino have confirmed that both the Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy Gear will be taking center stage at Fashion Weeks across New York, London, Milan and Paris.
Keep in mind though that Samsung Moschino line of accessories will be launched globally in the coming weeks and availability will vary by country.
“We are delighted to announce our partnership with Samsung during a key moment in MOSCHINO’s 30-year history, and we are excited to have this unique opportunity to present our latest designs in collaboration with leading mobile technology,” concluded Rossella Jardini, creative director of Moschino.