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New collaboration between Moleskine and Barbie

11 Apr - 2018

Tags from the story: Barbie.

Moleskine presenta la nuova Barbie Limited Edition Collection.

To celebrate the shared values ​​of creativity, individual expression and imagination, Moleskine has created a limited edition collection consisting of four notebooks dedicated to Barbie, a unisex collection, and a smartphone cover.

All notebooks’ covers celebrate Barbie, through her name, the icons of objects so close to her and sketches of the first Barbie. The collection box is a tribute to the original doll: it presents a selection of vintage clothes, as they were depicted on the original packaging. The notebook inside the box is characterized by a black and white zig zag pattern, which is the first Barbie swimsuit. This same engine is included in the phone cover.

The inside cover celebrates Barbie, with unmistakable graphics and colors, that everyone has loved and with which they have grown, and in the inside pocket of each notebook there is a selection of themed stickers.

Barbie Limited Edition is available in all Moleskine stores, on moleskine.com e-shop and at selected stores all over the world since last March 12th, 2018.


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