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Fox & Fallow just shared their Fall/Winter Collection with me, and it’s just as jaw-droppingly lovely (if not more so) as anything walking the season’s fashion runways.   First up, it’s never too early in stationery to talk Christmas. F&F’s holiday collection is such a welcome burst of clean whites, …

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I can’t think of a better way to start Monday than with some dynamic inspiration than with Katie Leamon‘s Kin Collection. A colorful collaboration between Katie and her brother, fine artist Tom Leamon, choose from a beguiling range of cards, wrap and sketchbooks.  This is one talented family! I love the abstractions combined …

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I wasn’t kidding when I said I had enough (admittedly not-so-great) images from National Stationery Show to last well into next year. That being said, today is a great day to share the work of three female illustrators/designers with really distinctive (and personality-driven) ranges. Personally, I found it impossible NOT …

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Over the past few weeks, I have been receiving lots and lots of amazing National Stationery Show mailers. Each is truly a joy to receive as it’s special in its own way, of course, and obviously assembled with care. Pretty postage stamps, calligraphy, letterpress, foil, risography — it’s clear exhibitors have …

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I can’t think of a better way to wake up this Monday morning than with some extreme prettiness from Snow & Graham. First, their National Stationery Show mailer. Mine has not arrived yet, but I can’t wait to check it out — I always love reading Ebony’s picks for NYC, and …

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What’s better than a package of paper swag on your doorstep? A package of paper swag sent direct from the U.K.! Meet Emma and Sara, two“certified paper-holic” sisters from Yorkshire who are the driving force behind the lovely Lonetree range. It’s not hard to see why they’re stocked at posh British venues Liberty, Conran and Turner …

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Over the years, I’ve noticed an interesting mob mentality to trade shows, namely, if you are walking a fairly quiet aisle and see a crowd in a booth, you’re going to stop and see what it’s about — regardless of what’s being sold! That’s just human nature, but it’s no …

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