Tuesday, March 13, 2007


clipped from www.nytimes.com
THERE ARE MALES WHO SEE the Apple iPod as just a cool device. And then there are those more sartorially minded men who see an iPod as a thing of beauty, if not a joy forever. It is for this latter demographic that Zegna has designed the iJacket, a lightweight jacket that integrates an iPod (or perhaps the iPod integrates the jacket?) so the wearer can plug his iPod into an inner breast pocket and effortlessly direct its doings (volume, track and play/pause control buttons) from a panel near the left cuff. As a bonus, the luxury microfiber iJacket — available in red, black or gray in either bomber or parka lengths — protects the iPod from wear, tear and device-pilferers ($750 to $795 at Ermenegildo Zegna in New York, 212-421-4488).
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