| Nov 16, 2012 |
Libretto creates new collection for London’s V&A
Boh staff
By Staff

Inspired by 20th century British Textiles, the Libretto Group, known for its unique and stylish stationery, has created a collection to be displayed in the Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A) in London.

As the world's largest museum of decorative arts and design, one of the V&A’s greatest strengths lies in the holdings of 20th century textiles. The stationery in the new Libretto collection range is adapted from British textiles held in the Museum’s collection.

The Libretto Group was founded in 1997 by Thomas Cushing and also created Kate Spade's first license, Kate Spade Paper. Since then, Libretto has created several stationery and accessory collections for some of the world's finest designers and fashion brands including Christian Lacroix Papier, The New York Times, Lotta Jansdotter, and Orla Kiely Paper.

In addition to its licensed collections, Libretto develops private label programs for leading fashion brands, such as Christian Louboutin, including notebooks, journals, and cards for the current exhibition at the Design Museum of London in celebration of the designer's 20th anniversary.

For more information on the Libretto exhibition at the V&A Museum click here.

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