Apple designs the iPhone to make a visual statement. The iPhone X is
the ultimate expression of this approach. Unfortunately, the reality is
that carrying around an unprotected iPhone is a virtual guarantee that
you’ll be carting its shattered remnants to the Apple Store for repair
or replacement. It’s not really a question of if, but when. Especially
with the iPhone 8 and iPhone X, where glass is used front and back.
If reality is going to intrude and force you to slap on a protective
case, the aesthetic situation doesn’t have to be dire. iCarer makes an
assortment of slim cases that offer protection from bumps while
complementing your iPhone’s look with high-quality leather.
is a China company that does a particularly nice job of working with
leather. Its iPhone cases offer a sleek, low profile look, with the
leather tightly molded to corners. Cutouts are chamfered and the buttons
are covered but fully functional. Inside, Japanese microfiber is used
to protect the iPhone from scratches, while adding some padding. Overall
the two cases I tried out were featherlight and added no bulk to my
iPhone --just the 1 mm extra depth required for a protective lip that
keeps the display from scratching when placed face-down.
You can read about it here, iCarer iPhone X, iCarer iPhone 8 Plus, iCarer iPhone 7 Plus, iCarer iPhone 6s Plus, etc.
Source: Caseme Case