Licenses and Collections of Diaries, Backpacks, Notebooks and Pencil Cases

Agatha Ruiz de la Prada (1996)

The internationally-renowned fashion designer, Agatha Ruiz de la Prada, has graced the catwalks of the world with her colourful designs and striking forms. Her exclusive stores are located in major cities like Madrid, Milan, Paris and New York.

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Jordi Labanda (2001)

The fashion and advertising illustrator, Jordi Labanda, is a world-renowned artist with a distinctive style. He has collaborated with Spanish and international publications such as the La Vanguardia Magazine, Wallpaper, The NY Times and Vogue USA and Japan, among many others.

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Chic & Love | 2017

Chic & Love is  affordable luxury.They aim to reach and captivate the market with aspirational products of high perceived value but at adjusted prices. Fashion products of current trends. Style based on the "Street style" with products of an avant-garde look, but practical, necessary for the day by day. Chic & Love products are glamorous and slightly eccentric. They like transgression, modernity, comfort and functionality but also sexiness and attractiveness.

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Anekke (2017)

Anekke shows the way in the world of "vintage" fashion. They know women, their habits and preferences, their way of understanding life and their busy daily rhythm ... Each season, they create new functional articles adapted to each personality, imprinting on each one the style that characterizes them. Experience, quality and simplicity are the keys that have led Anekke to be a reference.

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Tutticonfetti (2015)

Tutticonfetti, Painting Stories, was founded in early 2012 by Marta Colomer, an Advertising and Public Relations graduate who was born in Denia. From a corner of the region of Marina Alta, she creates very simple characters in a vintage style which convey absurd situations and make us think.

Kukuxumusu (2003)

“Kukuxumusu” means “kiss of the flea” in the Basque language (kukuxu = flea) and (musu = kiss). The creators of the brand thought up the name on one of those crazy days. Determined to tear up the rulebook on marketing, they created Kukuxumusu – a name as difficult to pronounce (and write) as it is to forget. Year after year, they are always on the lookout for new mediums on which to print their drawings.

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