New York, New York
Paper Based Goods
Moleskine, the iconic black notebook, has opened a flagship location in New York City.
For decades creative and innovative thinkers such as artist Pablo Picasso and author Earnest Hemingway have taken notes in the iconic notebooks we know today as Moleskine.
Known for the nondescript black cover, vanilla pages and ribbon divider Moleskine has been around for much longer than its official branding in 1997 and has expanded beyond the simple plain pages.
Ranging from grid’s to blank sheet music Moleskine has now developed a broad line of notebooks enjoyed by a mass of creative people.
The Moleskine location parallels the product line with a heavy focus on simplicity. Large windows bring in plenty of light and workplaces are simple and elegant. Aside from the large brick wall most of the color comes from packaging around the notebooks themselves.
What do you use your Moleskine notebook for? Let us know in the comments below!
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