This week our #ProudlyPrinted series is taking a look at the hottest print right now – Lookbooks! Whether you’re getting ready for A/W18, or releasing a new Christmas collection, Lookbooks are the essential way to put your best foot forward. From Wiro Bound to Saddle Stitched and Perfect Bound, there’s a bind for every budget at Printed.com, and to help you decide, we’ve taken a look at a few of our customer favourites.
From gorgeous handcrafted designs to cutting edge modern minimal, we get to see all kinds of creative pieces pass through our presses. Want to see your designs here too? Tag on social using the hashtag #ProudlyPrinted!
Sporting some pretty neat Wiro binding Type and Story’s sleek Lookbooks looked picture perfect on display at the London Stationery Show. Wiro Binding is an interesting way to add something a little different to your Lookbooks and their lay flat designs mean that if you’re exhibiting, you can open your pages to display what’s inside.
How adorable are these Saddle Stitched Brochures by Folio? They’ve gone for square size for their Lookbooks and teamed them with their a bold sloth illustration.
The Curious Department know how to do sleek. Their glossy Lookbooks are the perfect pick-me-up size, which makes them ideal for handing out at exhibitions and events.
These sophisticated Lookbooks are created by Divine Savages. Featuring a sleek grey cover their beauty lies in their simplicity. Uncoated for a textured feel, nothing detracts from their products inside.
These bright, bold Lookbooks from Amara showcase their summer collection, all neatly bound into a Perfect Bound Brochure. We grabbed the opportunity to ask the Head of Events and Corporate Partnerships, Karen Waddilove, a bit about Amara’s Lookbooks, and here’s what she had to say:
“We create our look books for our A by Amara collection as well as seasonal events like Christmas. The aim of the Lookbook is to create a document that includes all of our newest products to send out to our press and media contacts to help promote the brand and increase our press coverage.
As an online retailer, we have to place a strong focus on material and content to support our brand and give clarity and understanding on our digital platforms. That said it is very important for us to be seen in the physical sense, to connect with our customers; print still has a relevance bringing our brand to life. We feel that print is a personal and tactile choice to help build that relationship with our contacts both commercially and domestically.”
We hope you enjoyed our #ProudlyPrinted – The Lookbooks Edition
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