Our trip to the Parisian cabarets of the 1930s hasn't ended with Plume – this season we're excited to announce we've added another sparkling, shimmering cover to our Vintage Vogue collection.
Originally created in the 1930s by the legendary French illustrator and painter Gaston Girbal (1888–1978), our Cabaret Cabaret cover is a joyful yet seductive companion to the three starlets adorning our Plume cover. Best known for the posters he created for Edith Piaf, Josephine Baker and Le Casino de Paris, Girbal was a fixture among the Art Deco elite, a man whose name is synonymous with elegance, glamour and modernity.
Available in Midi, Slim and Mini formats, Cabaret Cabaret is sure to bring the exuberant atmosphere of showgirls, sequins, spotlights and silks to your everyday life.
The intricate, gilt-edged design adorning the covers of our new Equinoxe series is a reproduction of a 1688 binding of L'office de le Semaine Sainte. In cultures around the world, the first full moon after the vernal equinox is considered to be a sacred time, and the original text housed in this cover outlined many rites and rituals to be observed during this period. It is this universal connection that inspired our selection of Equinoxe as one of our Spring 2014 cover series.
Offered in vibrant blue Azure as well as warm red Carmine, the Equinoxe series is available in stores just in time for the Spring equinox! Check out our Equinoxe webpage for more information on these beautiful new additions to the Paperblanks® line.