From Jennifer Lopez and Chelsea Clinton to your cousins Jennifer and Chelsea, millions of brides have said "I do" in a Vera Wang wedding gown. A New York City native and former competitive figure skater, Wang had spent 15 years honing her discerning eye as an accessories editor at <i>Vogue</i> before launching her household-name brand of understated bridalwear in the late 1980s. Wang applies the same minimalist aesthetic to Vera Wang Fine Papers: the elegant line of invitations, holiday cards, greeting cards, and other social stationery essentials she co-produces with the company William Arthur. From serene botanicals and classic solid-bordered motifs to charming prints depicting bashful little monkeys, every set is created from top-quality paper and features texturing, personalization, distinctive typesetting, and other unique elements. Handwritten letters have never been so stylish.
Stylish note cards, inspiring books, leather PDA cases — this assortment of items (all seriously marked down) are designed to put a little pleasure in your workday. Each item would be perfectly at home in a stylish home office.
Lighting, vases, platters, canisters, and way beyond — it’s a treasure trove of accessories, all in limited quantities and at deep discounts. Pick up a few and spruce up your home (or get a gift for the inevitable person on your list that you forgot).
Everything Vera Wang touches has an air of classic elegance, from her legendary wedding gowns and women's fashion, to her sumptuous bedding collections—and, recently, her collection of stationery called Vera Wang Writing Papers. Whether a serene botanical or classic solid-bordered motif, or a cute print depicting bashful little monkeys, all are distinguished by top-quality paper and details like embossed envelopes and letterpress detailing.