Thursday, April 22, 2010

Stationery | Vogue's Book of Etiquette

One of our favorite authorities on all things stationery is the incredible Millicent Fenwick, who early in her career as the Associate Editor of Vogue wrote Vogue's Book of Etiquette {published in 1948 by Simon & Schuster}. Ms. Fenwick's advice still rings true today. In the chapter on Writing Paper, she writes: "For many reasons writing paper should be chosen with the greatest care. In the first place, it is a personal belonging, and like all personal belongings, it should express one's taste and even the quality of one's personality. But, unlike other personal belongings, it must stand alone, without the supporting evidence of one's presence, one's glance or smile or manner."

Our design and production teams are passionate when it comes to creating boxed and personalized collections with a wide assortment of stylish choices. We pay attention to the smallest details so you can focus on the pleasure of personal correspondence and letter writing.


  1. Ms. Fenwick was a wise woman! Great post!

  2. Hi Jen, from fashion editor to politician to diplomat, Ms. Fenwick did it all! Have a great weekend ;)


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