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House of Turnowsky expands licensing drive

Design brand teams with Ecell for launch of new mobile device accessories.

Luxury design brand House of Turnowsky is expanding its licensing programme into mobile device accessories, securing a new partnership with Ecell.

Ecell – the world’s largest supplier of mobile and tablet cases – has launched a new collection featuring 150 case designs.

The designs are available in Go Lite classic snap on or premium leather wallet phone cases for iPhone 5, 6, 6 Plus, 7 and 7 Plus, iPod Touch, iPad, plus Samsung, LG or Motorola.

Prices begin at £9.95, with the collection available from Amazon and eBay as well as the Ecell website.

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