Christian Lacroix Rio de Janeiro Lay Flat Notebook
Since its inception in 1987, the House of Christian Lacroix has electrified the fashion world with its collections inspired by Gypsy and Provencal traditions, and by the flamboyant Haute Couture scene in Paris and London during the Swinging 60's. Today, with the Christian Lacroix Paper collection you are invited to share in this celebration of the singular French joie de vivre. This 128 ruled paged notebook end pages are filled with color, tropical vegetation, and the white ocean beaches that curve on forever. Designed with a black and white striped chevron ribbon marker, gilded page edges, and a gold foil belly band.
- Dimensions: 150x200mm / 6x8"
- With 152 ruled pages
- Slim notebook with Rio de Janeiro inspired design
- Vibrant city inspired imagery
- End pages depict tropical vegetation & sandy beaches
- Black & white chevron stripe ribbon marker
- Ideal for meetings, planning, or quick sketches on the train
- Christian Lacroix hot stamped gold band wrap around
- Gilded page edges
- More city inspired design available
Keep your notes in style with this fabulous Rio de Janeiro notebook from the Christian Lacroix Papier collection. Featuring a vibrant Rio de Janeiro inspired design with the city banner wrapped in sequins, this slim notebook is filled with 152 ruled pages. It has a black & white chevron striped ribbon marker and is the perfect size notebook to pop in your handbag or briefcase, for meetings, planning, or quick sketches on the train. The end pages are dedicated to the city’s tropical vegetation, white sandy beaches which go on forever, adding that extra touch of luxury to this design, with different city inspired notebooks also available. This notebook is presented with a Christian Lacroix hot stamped gold band packaging wrap around and makes a beautiful gift idea for any occasion.
A little about Christian…
Christian Lacroix was born on May 16, 1951 in Arles, France, under the highly symbolic sign of Taurus. He spent his childhood immersed in Provencal and gypsy traditions. His passion for nature, art, Oscar Wilde and the Beatles’ England then led to his work in fashion. Since his first electrifying show in 1987, Christian Lacroix has redefined the art of haute couture. In 2002, he received his insignia of the chevalier d la légion d’honneur.