Lenovo, one of the world’s leading PC producers and one of the fastest growing companies in the Russian IT-market, organized a special fashion project during the Moscow Fashion Week. The elegant notebook IdeaPad U260 by Lenovo with an Intel® Core™ i3 Processor was presented as a stylish accessory to a new collection of one of Russia’s most interesting designers, Elena Teplitskaya, founder and Director of the Teplitskaya Design Studio.
“Working with Elena Teplitskaya was an important and challenging experience for us and enabled us to emphasize the sophisticated design of our products and the Lenovo commitment to top quality. I am delighted that one of Lenovo’s most stylish notebooks the IdeaPad U260 was highly appreciated by a most demanding fashion audience,” said Bai Yuli, General Director, Lenovo Russia and CIS.
Lenovo and Intel were official partners of Teplitskaya Design new collection that was shown on the first Sunday of April. New patterns offered to admirers of an expressive style and bright solutions are pleasant to wear and creatively combine saturated colours with soft natural. A series of original patterns inspired by one of Lenovo’s most fashionable innovations, the IdeaPad U260 notebook with its powerful, energy-saving Intel® Core™ i3 Processor, was created especially for the new collection. In addition to the colourful attire, spectators were also able to feast their eyes on bright and comfortable notebook bags by Elena Teplitskaya, worthy companions to the luscious new patterns.
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