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Garance Doré is Launching Her Own Stationery Line

The fashion illustrator and blogger has teamed up with Rifle Paper Co.

By Emma Chong Johnston | Published: 25 Feb 2014

Garance's Stationery
Photo: Garance Doré/Rifle Paper Co.

Fans of Garance Doré’s inimitable sense of humour and illustration style, rejoice. The blogger has teamed up with Rifle Paper Co. to release her own line of stationery and gifts. Garance made the announcement on her blog today, accompanied by beautiful photos of scattered stationery.

“I’ve always, always spent a crazy amount of time in paper stores,” Garance said. “I love notebooks, greeting cards, calendars and I always dreamed of being able to launch my own line one day. Even before I started my blog, this was one of my dreams... I didn’t want to jump into it blindly, or do something that would fizzle out quickly, or only last for one collaboration and a couple photos on Instagram. I wanted to find a partner, someone who knew how to make beautiful products. I wanted something real and durable.”

When she discovered Rifle Paper Co., the stars aligned and they started working on the line last September. It’s made up of cards, phone cases, calendars, notepads, social stationery and plenty of notebooks, all featuring Garance’s signature script and illustrations. The collection will be available in March, in the Garance Doré online store, and also in selected stockists worldwide.


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