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31 October 2010

The Moleskine Box Is Back For Christmas 2010

Dear Me,

Don't you love Moleskines? Well, I do.

I just love to write on it. To fully describe the feeling, it's like the tip of my pen gently caressing the pages of my Moleskine. Forming words inside my head seems to flow smoothly and transporting such beautiful ideas on to my prized Moleskine makes writing all the more inspiring.



The original and stylish Moleskine box comes back again for Christmas 2010 with new themes and combinations.

The selected legendary notebooks will be perfect gift as they always represent the flexible and original tools for use both in everyday life and extraordinary circumstances, ultimately become an integral part of one's personality. This year, there are six ways to show your personal stylish touch for the one you care about, or simply as a special treat for yourself!



The Moleskine box is a collection of 6 special gift boxes in the shape of a classic Moleskine notebook. A selection of Moleskine diaries and notebooks are enclosed according to 6 different themes to match all personalities.

With the choice of the 6 themes, colour box, for booklovers, for fashionistas, for gourmets, for him or for her, you will make sure to celebrate Christmas with the perfect gift with the always unique Moleskine design and style. A perfect way to express your love and care!





I know that a single Moleskine (whether it is a notebook, planner, diary, sketchbook and album) is pricey enough, let alone a box set. But then, it will make a perfect gift for the special people in your life this coming holiday season!



About Moleskine:

Culture, imagination, memory, travel, personal identity. Moleskine is a brand identifying a family of notebooks, planners and travel guidebooks: versatile and essential companions in everyday life and for special occasions, becoming an integral part of each of us. The Moleskine brand was born in 1997, celebrating the legendary notebook of great artists and thinkers over the past two centuries: from Vincent van Gogh to Pablo Picasso, from Ernest Hemingway to Bruce Chatwin. The anonymous, black notebook was a trusty, pocket-sized travel companion, a faithful keeper of sketches, notes, stories, and tips before they became famous pictures or pages of well-loved books. Today, Moleskine accompanies the creative efforts and the imaginary of our time: it is a symbol of modern-day nomadism, closely connected with the digital world through a network of websites, blogs, online groups, and virtual archives.

http://www.moleskineasia.com/

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