The new Samsung Galaxy tab was released on Monday and already crazy new additions to it have come out of the woodwork. Introducing the more sparkly version of the Tab – the result of a Micro Anvika and CrystalRoc collaboration.
This already impressive tablet has been blinged-up with 5,700 hand-placed Swarovski crystals. The logo is also customisable but is shown here in in Jet Hematite.
Stunning…yes. Unnecessary…definitely. This piece of Fashionology should only be pursued if you have £2,700 spare in the bank, otherwise stick to the average £499 un-glittery version, which is also very stylish it must be said.
If you want to get your hands on one, or you simply want to gaze at its Edward-Cullen-esque beauty, then pop down to the Micro Anvika section of Harrods where it is being exclusively sold.
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On Tuesday last week, British beauty Elizabeth Hurley paid a visit to Harrods in aid of Breast Cancer Awareness month, and it was quite a show!
This was an event in honour of both for the Breast Cancer Awareness charity and for Estée Lauder, to raise awareness and contributions for The Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
Hurley, who is the brand ambassador for Estée Lauder and ambassador for Breast Cancer Awareness, pushed the button which turned the famous Harrods facade pink in a spectacular 3D Global Illumination ceremony.
All viewers were given pink 3D glasses and saw the skies turn pink and strewn with the dazzling Breast Cancer Awareness emblem, the pink ribbon.
Hurley wore a gorgeous one-shoulder dress – in pink of course – and met customers and signed purchases from the exclusive Estée Lauder Pink Ribbon Collection 2010.
If you want to help with the cause, buying one of the Estée Lauder Pink Ribbon Collection 2010 products is a great way to start, as £7.50 of every purchase is donated to the The Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
To get yours visit the Harrods website.
Image via London Evening Standard
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