The history of a legendary notebook. Moleskine is the legendary notebook, used by European artists and thinkers for the past two centuries, from Van Gogh to Picasso, from Ernest Hemingway to Bruce Chatwin.
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Each Moleskine has a rigid, bound oilcloth 'moleskine' cover, with a durable thread bound binding and fine Italian acid-free paper pages. Each Moleskine notebook also has a built-in elastic closure that holds the sturdy cover closed, a ribbon placeholder, and an expandable accordion pocket in the back made of cardboard and oilcloth for holding tickets, notes and clippings.
The journalistic tradition inspires the reporter’s notebook. The binding has migrated to the short end of the notebook, the elastic now goes in the opposite direction, and the inside back pocket has shifted directions as well. The result is a highly functional notebook in a flip-top reporter style. Designed for the special needs of journalists, this notebook is endlessly useful for notetaking whatever your profession.
A smaller, lighter cousin to the traditional Moleskine, featuring a flexible soft cover, acid-free paper and visible side stitching on the spine. The last 16 sheets of each notebook are detachable, perfect for your thoughts on the run. Cahier notebooks are reminiscent of traditional report notebooks, and the term denotes a written report. Inside the back page there is a spacious pocket for notes or clippings.