The Most Fashionable Covers for iPhone 5

What's even better than a new iPhone 5? A slamming new accessory.

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Case Mate
Give your iPhone an elegant new look with Case-Mate's quilted black leather case, which calls to mind a classic Chanel satchel (and even has a celebrity devotee in Fergie). $70 at Case-Mate.
Dodo Case
Dodo case is best known for their sleek iPad covers, but the company recently introduced iPhone 5 cases that come with clever leather pouches for stashing cards and cash. $49.95 at Dodo Case.
EXOvault cases combine form and function, mixing natural elements like raw wood with protective materials like aluminum and brass. Prices TBD at EXOvault.
Fresh Fiber
For a tech-chic look, try one of Fresh Fiber's 3-D printed rubber iPhone cases, which take inspiration from Mondrian's geometric patterns and can even hold credit cards inside the cage-like structures. $43 at Fresh Fiber.
Grove has improved its sleek bamboo cases with stronger, thinner cuts of wood. Best of all, each case can be engraved with whatever design or pattern you choose. $59 at Grove.
Hex has updated its iPhone cases with improved features like a slim cash pocket and a cut-out hole for cameras as well as cool new colors like rich burgundy and taupe. $50 at Hex.
Hot pink is having a major moment in fashion, so it's no surprise we're extra keen on this textured rubber iPhone 5 case from Incipio which features a grippy square pattern along the bottom (terrific for those of us who have a tendency to drop our phones). $24.99 at Incipio.
Fashion followers will appreciate the name-brand cool of Michael Kors' orange leather iPhone 5 case, which features a handy wristlet—making it particularly convenient for running out after work to grab a cocktail. $88 at Michael Kors.
Holland-based brand Miniot specializes in sleek, lightweight wooden cases. Its newest edition, the Miniot Book, features a wooden flap that offers additional protection—or can double as a kickstand. Prices TBD at Miniot.
Society 6
Fall 2012 is all about prints and patterns, so we were pleased to see Society 6 step up to the plate with a series of cases designed by up-and-coming artists. Our favorite? The triangular lilac and turquoise moti would be easy to spot on a taxi cab or subway seat. $35 at Society 6.
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