S.F. Welcomes Moleskine

Moleskine San Francisco

Moleskine San Francisco

San Francisco might be known for tech and all things digital, but it just welcomed a decidedly analog brand. Moleskine, the notebooks that we spot (and use) all over Fashion Week, at hip coffee shops and Starbucks alike and at our own desks. The brand, which models its designs after a notebook used by Ernest Hemingway, Pablo Picasso, Henri Matisse, Oscar Wilde and Vincent van Gogh has become a cult fave, and it has opened up a brand-new store in San Francsico.

San Franciscans (and visitors to the City by the Bay) can stop in and stock up on the Milanese line’s notebooks, which include lined, blank and grid styles — as well as more specialized styles including music staffs, accordion folds and more — in a rainbow of colors. There is also a huge selection of pens, bags and folios to accompany your notebooks. But because it’s San Francisco and we can’t get away from tech entirely, the store is also home to a Moleskine+ wall (the second in the world). The interactive screens allow users to explore just how Moleskine+ products (Evernote Smart Notebook, Livescribe Smart Notebook, Adobe Creative Cloud Notebook) can help blur the lines between the digital and analog worlds.

So while it’s never been hard to stock up on these elasticized notebooks, it’s great to see how a brand brings its vision to an environment that they design from top to bottom. Clean, cozy and definitely chic, one visit and you’ll see why these little notebooks have fans from across the board.

Moleskine is located at 653 Market Street in San Francisco. For more information, visit www.moleskine.com.

Images courtesy Moleskine

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Author:Christopher Luu for Fashion Trends Daily

Christopher Luu is a Fashion Trends Daily Senior Writer and Menswear Editor.