ExaClair, the UK supplier of Clairefontaine, has launched a new range of stationery products increasing its Kenzo Takada collection.
Named after its designer who died in 2020, the Kenzo Takada collection is inspired by the luxury home and lifestyle K-3 brand. It incorporates items that carry the Kintsugi mark, which is a tribute to an ancient Japanese art that invites people to repair a broken object by highlighting its scars with gold leaf instead of hiding them.
These latest premium stationery products have new designs that feature the K-3 Sakura and Maiko themes.Â They combine intricate floral imagery in tranquil pastel colours with geometric and organic shapes that feature vibrant reds and pinks.Â Â
Included in this new range are notebooks ranging from pocket size (11×17 cm) to A4, with options including wirebound, clothbound, soft or hardback covers. For creating long-lasting memories of adventures, the travel journal contains 30 sheets of grained drawing paper.
Lawrence Savage, marketing manager at ExaClair, commented: â€œThese new items further expand upon the concepts behind the original Kenzo Takada stationery range. Recognised globally, Kenzo was one of the most prominent fashion designers of his time and these stylish stationery items pay tribute to his creativity.â€Â