The Aïda collection takes place under an Oriental influence. Aïda, an Arabic name meaning "reward, forgiveness", is also one of the most grandiose operas by Verdi with an Egyptian flavour.
The Moroccan Fes motifs bring rhythm and breath, inviting us to write, and meditate. Notebooks from the Aïda collection come in 4 elegant colours, black, silver, purple, and lilac.
The embossed motif takes up the mosaic, the mosaic retraces the direction of dreaming and escape.
The embroidered kits are finished in black and purple with powdery highlights.
The Aïda collection, a decor from the Arabian Nights that can be taken everywhere.
Clairefontaine has joined forces with K-3, a brand designed by the famous designer Kenzo Takada a few months before his death, to create a unique stationery box.
This elegant box with flap, with black velvet interior, contains many accessories specially designed for lovers of writing and calligraphy: notebooks, pads, bookmarks, memo pad, correspondence cards with envelopes, ink bottle and an exceptional glass nib. The ideal gift for all artists at heart.
The box, as well as some of the objects it contains, carry a Kintsugi, as a tribute to Japanese know-how. This ancestral art invites you to repair a broken object by highlighting its flaws and scars with gold leaf, a tradition dear to the creative world of K三.
For Kenzo Takada, the collaboration with Clairefontaine was an obvious choice.
The artist's boundless creativity manifested itself on a daily basis in different forms: painting, calligraphy... The creative tools included in this box were an integral part of his daily life.