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Moleskine Launch Glow-In-The-Dark Harry Potter Notebooks

Moleskine’s design and know-how meet the magical world of Hogwarts.

The new Moleskine x Harry Potter Collection is a magical collection with glow-in-the dark elements, beautifully illustrated and produced with themed elements inside.

Above: Each notebook has glow-in-the-dark elements.
Above: Each notebook has glow-in-the-dark elements.

Each notebook takes a spell as its inspiration and has themed endpapers, special quotes and illustrations and a sheet of themed stickers in the back pocket.

Released in May and on show at the London Stationery Show on the stand of UK Distributors, Turnaround, will be:

  • 2025 18 month Alhomora large weekly diary
  • Wingdardium Leviosa XL ruled cahier journal
  • Expecto Patronum large ruled notebook
  • Lumos large ruled notebook
  • Gift set with Kaweco rollerball pen and Lumos large ruled notebook

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