Montblanc: Le Petit Prince Special Edition

Montblanc introduces the new iconic writing instrument, leather notebook and men’s accessories to pay tribute to the power of gifting, imagination and the importance of transmitting ideas and dreams to others. Be inspired by Montblanc: Le Petit Prince Special Edition!


This April, the German luxury brand Montblanc is releasing the Special Edition of the new Meisterstück Le Petit Prince, to bring together the heritage of timeless gifting favorite and the cultural influence of a great literary mind.


Inspired by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry’s poetic tale, the new Meisterstück Le Petit Prince Montblanc collection celebrates the powerful symbol of education and the importance of transmitting ideas to create lasting memories and bonds.


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To complete the writing experience, Montblanc has also introduced a selection of men’s accessories inspired by Meisterstück Le Petit Prince, such as leather notebook made of fine Saffino leather with a fox scenery illustration on the cover, a pair of round stainless steel cufflinks and money clip in stainless steel, both finished in deep blue lacquer with a fox face design. The blue leather bracelet features Montblanc’s signature engraving on stainless steel, juxtaposed with a yellow star at the center


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The German luxury brand has a long tradition of supporting influential art projects and recognizing talents who have devoted their time, passion and energy to perfect their craft. In this special edition Meisterstück, the writing instrument is available in three types: ballpoint pen, roller ball, and the fountain pen features an 18k bi-color nib, showing the outline of the Little Prince and the fox embellishment.

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special edition

Le Petit Prince, Antoine de Saint-Exupéry’s famed novella published in 1943, features unforgettable characters, a whimsical plot and often-quoted musings on life, love, and friendship. Considered one of the most-translated works in the world, it transcends boundaries, gives way to creativity and poignantly states, “The most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or touched, they are felt with the heart.”


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Source: Luxuo