Papersmiths has announced that iconic Japanese stationery brands Stalogy and Haru will join them for a winter pop up at Papersmiths’ flagship store on Pavilion Road, a five-minute walk from Sloane Square station in Chelsea, London.
The stationery and art pop up will be bursting with colourful ideas and opens between 19 November and 2 December. The full Stalogy range will make its way over from Japan.
The Stalogy brand is famous for its minimal design, functionality and beautiful materials. The collection includes notebooks, pens, memo pads and sticky notes, making it ideal for secret santa gifts and stocking fillers.
Also popping up at the store is Haru, a remarkable supersize tape which can be used on all surfaces as it peels off without leaving a mark. Popular with artists and designers, it easily sticks to all kinds of surfaces and is ideal for decorative schemes, gift wraps and artworks. The tape is available in 48 colours.
Award-winning contemporary artist Fiona Grady will be in store to create a live art installation using Haru tape on 19 November.
“We’re thrilled to welcome these iconic brands to our flagship on Pavilion Road. We hope that stationery-obsessed and design-savvy Londoners will come along to experience the full collection in the flesh.
“Fiona’s spatial systems are stunning and we can’t wait to see what she creates in our windows,” says Sidonie Warren, Papersmiths’ co-founder and self-confessed stationery nut.
Notebook personalisation will also be available with the Papersmiths’ monogramming service.
The Stalogy pop up opens on Tuesday 19 November at 9am and closes Monday 2 December at 7pm.