Jimmy Fallon's two-in-one phone case
Jimmy Fallon has designed a leather iPhone case that doubles up as a stylish pocket square.
The TV host, 41, has teamed up with J.Crew to create the leather Pocket Dial, which allows users to stash their mobile phones in their suit jackets, with a silk handkerchief top.
The comedian came up with the snazzy design after seeing people with their phones sticking out of their blazer pockets and was determined to come up with a way to "class it up."
After coming up with the brain-wave, Jimmy experimented with it by taking a hot glue gun and sticking a handkerchief on to an iPhone case, before pitching the idea to the brand.
The case, which is on sale for $48 online and in stores, is made from high-quality brown leather and comes with an interchangeable silk pocket square attached to the top.
The pocket top comes in three different designs - polka-dotted, gingerbread man, or white linen - and costs $15.
All proceeds from the Pocket Dial will be given to the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust, a Kenya-based charity that protects Africa's elephants from ivory poaching and extinction.