The brand’s first ever Bespoke Boutique will stock its finest collections

  Moleskine, the Italian notebook company that was founded to recreate the plain black pocket journals used by the likes of Vincent van Gogh, Pablo Picasso, Ernest Hemingway and Bruce Chatwin, has opened its very first Bespoke Boutique inside Harrods on Brompton Road.   The concept behind this store-in-store is in keeping with the brand’s creative affiliations, because it will stock beautiful limited-run artist-designed notebooks and special editions such as London 1877 – a tribute to the city’s cartography, which comes with a Kaweco Aluminium Ball Pen, and the Hyde Park Collection, which is filled with drawings of buildings in the locality from 1880. There is also a range of notebooks designed exclusively for Harrods, and a selection of the brand’s most-loved editions.   ‘We are extremely proud to be launching Moleskine’s first and only Bespoke Boutique in partnership with Harrods with a dedicated and exclusive offering,’ the brand’s CEO, Daniela Riccardi said. ‘Each special collection was designed to capture the uniqueness of the loyal Harrods customers’ personality and ethos.’   A personalisation service is also available, offering the perfect gifting idea for any creatives who delight in putting pen to paper.     The Moleskine Bespoke Boutique is open now in The Arcade on the lower ground floor at Harrods;