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Fabriano + Wallace Sewell Notebooks

Nethaniel Notebooks group

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For the 2017 Milan Design Week Wallace Sewell collaborated with Italian boutique Fabriano presents Finsbury – its new collection of notebooks developed in collaboration with Wallace Sewell.

Since 1264 Fabriano has been synonymous with high quality paper, esteemed throughout the world and known to publishers, writers and artists. Wallace Sewell are honoured to have worked with them to produce a collection of notebooks which comprises five different patterns inspired by the materials of Wallace Sewell fabrics: Peel, Fairisle, Ariel, Nathaniel and Ickworth. The collection of Finsbury notebooks is available in three formats (A4, A5 and A6).

The softness of woven wool and the precious characteristics of silk and cashmere come to life again when printed on paper. The geometrical patterns and the juxtaposition of colours - characteristic of Wallace Sewell fabrics - find a new interpretation. The woven designs on the cover embrace Fedrigoni's 350 gr Constellation Jade paper, continuing on the reverse endpapers as a complete fabric. This elegant notebook is finished when the soft covers are sewn together with a visible spine and coloured wire matching the cover itself.

The History of Fabriano Boutique

Fabriano Boutique was started up in 2000. It is a Fedrigoni trademark and is a true paper workshop with product lines for the office, school and home that marry high-quality materials with modern and discerning design. 

Fabriano Boutique puts forward merchandise that is a symbol of tradition and prestige throughout the world because it brings together the value of paper with the skill of master artisans and the creativity of great designers. Fabriano Boutique takes great care with every detail and each client, endeavouring to make the latter a part of the universe of Italian elegance and excellence, producing articles whose inimitable value is to offer a thrill, a subtle delight; to make even the simplest of everyday objects special.

To read more visit www.fabrianoboutique.com