In case your obsession with the recent revival of all things ’90s hasn’t been adequately satisfied with the laundry list of throwback collections and designer collaborations bringing back some of our favorite brands, get ready to bring the trend to your tech thanks to Michael Kors.
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Today, the designer unveiled a new partnership with Fujifilm (remember photos before iPhones?) with an ultra-chic new fall accessory: the instant camera. This isn’t the clunky old gadget you had as a kid—the Michael Kors X Fujifilm Instax Mini 70 instant film camera has given instant photography a cool (and shiny) upgrade. The new-and-improved product features super crisp photo printing ability, a smart flash that calibrates accordingly whether you’re in a crowded bar or on a fall foliage expedition with the squad, and even has a selfie mode. Score. The special edition version for Michael Kors comes in gold, and features the designer’s signature and the brand’s logo right on the body of the camera.
Then there’s the case. As a general rule of 21st century fashion, we love it when our tech gets the designer treatment. And this latest iteration has an especially large amount of vintage cool cache with a molded leather case that’s designed to look like a vintage camera bag. Based on Kors’s existing collection of “Scout” bags, the chic case comes in six colors with the option to add on a gold-tone chain camera strap. While Michael Kors is no stranger to marrying great design to with great tech functionality, the collaboration marks Fujifilm’s first fashion partnership.
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The chic leather crossbody bags and accompanying instant camera will hit Michael Kors stores on October 20, but they don’t come cheap. The camera itself retails at $149 and the medium camera bag is priced at $348. Despite being a kind of pricey alternative to your normal Instagram posts, the designer instant camera is a genius way to guarantee you’ll kill the street style game, whether you’re behind the camera or in front of it.
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