British fashion designer, Matthew Williamson and online British stationer, Papier, are delighted to announce the launch of their personalised stationery collaboration. The collection is the designer’s first foray into personalised stationery and invitations, it is exclusively available now at papier.com.
Featuring wedding and party invitations, menus, place names and personalised note cards, the collection is perfect for those with a love of entertaining, fashion and beautiful design. The collection reimagines Matthew’s iconic designs from the archives to present-day: designs include his peacock feathers from spring/summer 2004, butterfly wheel from spring/summer 2008, flamingos from resort 2014 collection and much more, all of which adorn invitations and stationery for the most special of occasions.
Speaking about partnering with Papier, Matthew says, “In the digital age we live, with everything moving at breakneck speed, Papier has come along with a concept I fully support and am proud to be a part of. I love the idea of letter writing, creating special, personalised invitations and posting them in the traditional way. I think this is something we will return to more and more.”
It’s so rare but wonderful to send and receive thoughtful notes. I collect mine and montage them on the wall above my desk at home. Nothing beats the old-fashioned pen to paper approach. Papier are at the forefront of making sure this form of communication is alive and well!
Papier’s founder Taymoor Atighetchi says about the collaboration, “we’ve wanted to collaborate with Matthew pretty much since we launched Papier as we love his style & knew his artistry would translate beautifully onto paper. It’s been an exciting process working with him to create a truly stunning collection of designs that we know people will love.”
Prices start from as little as £0.30 for place names, menus and invitations are priced at £1.09 each and a set of 10 personalised notecards and envelopes are available for £15.00 at papier.com
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