Lucien offers cases for the iPhone, many designed using a patent-pending is3 technology that embeds Swarovski crystals within the case, eliminating the need for glue. The crystals are inserted into a pool, then capped with a ring that is screwed down over each crystal, securing it in place. Lucien’s cases are also customizable, with an engraved panel, and come in more than 3,000 designs. Prices range from $200 for crystalized versions, to $650 for designer leather cases.
The Lucien booth is showing this year’s newest iPhone 5 cases, including an area for potential customers to create over 3,000 possible designs.
This Lucien case comes in three pieces: a front panel, a removable bottom “luma belt” panel that can be custom-engraved, and a back panel. The three pieces snap together to cover the device.
This crystal model demonstrates the patent-pending is3 technology, which eliminates the risk of crystals falling out of the plastic base, without using glue or adhesive of any kind.
Lucien’s cases come in a variety of styles, including these studded versions, crystal Swarovski-studded designs, and a number of leather, calfskin, and other options. Users may also opt to design their own, utilizing these and other materials.
The Lucien cases come in a wide selection of colors, including this color-blocked option.
This case, the back panel of which is pictured in the prior shot, uses calfskin material on a plastic base.