Tag Archives: stationery
Shock confession: in six years of freelancing I haven’t had a business card. The shame! I’ve somehow survived on the dual methods of LinkedIn requests and pitiful scraps of Moleskine paper but that only gets you so far. Much better, I decided, to step things up and investigate the process of designing and printing bespoke business cards. Not just any business cards you understand, but the ultimate in luxury and elegance – Smythson’s copperplate printed cards.
Here’s the thing: we’re all self-branders now. From bloggers to entrepreneurs, to graduates, to CEOs, how you present yourself is everything. Continue reading
Here’s a very cute collaboration if you love Disney and Moleskine. A couple of weeks ago I was invited to a Mickey Mouse drawing masterclass at the Saatchi Gallery, to launch the new Moleskine Mickey Mouse notebook which honours the art of sketching, drawing and design. Continue reading
Done – all my thank you notes are written and posted! I may be tech-addicted but I still like to put pen to paper. Lately I’ve been using Kate Spade’s initial note cards and my psychedelic Peter Max ‘fold and mail’ notepaper, but I’d love to get my hands on the just-launched Louis Vuitton ‘World Of Writing’ papers and inks. Continue reading
London Fashion Week kicks off tomorrow and what better way to mark it than with a look inside one of the city’s most intriguing little secrets? If you have ever passed one of these curious green huts in London and wondered what they are, I can tell you. Continue reading
The Wall Street Journal reports that despite its tech dependency, the social media brigade is big on old school stationery. I concur; in addition to my arsenal of Blackberry, MacBook Pro and iPad, I’m never far from a notepad and pen. Here are a few of my current stationery obsessions: Continue reading