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Moleskine 18-month diaries 2016-17

Tuesday, 15 March 2016  |  Admin

We now have stocks of the Moleskine diaries which run from 1 July 2016 to 31 December 2017. Our customers find them useful if they need to plan well ahead or they use them as academic year diaries as they cover the period October 2016 to October 2017. 

Most of the diaries are in the weekly notebook diary/planner style which Moleskine pioneered some years ago. The whole week appears down the left-hand page and there is a ruled page opposite for notes. This is easily Moleskine's most popular style of diary and has been adopted by many other manufacturers too in recent years. The only exceptions this year are the red hardback diaries which have the conventional layout of Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday on the left-hand page and Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday on the right-hand page in horizontal format.

Moleskine have brought out this year's 18-month diaries in four glorious colours as well as their classic black and red. Feast your eyes on malachite green, coral orange, grape violet and steel blue. These same four colours will also be available in the autumn as 12-month diaries for 2017. You might think it's a little early to get your 18-month diary but, if you want your pick of the new colours, now's the time to buy as we always run out of some of the colours and often our suppliers do too. 

When we first saw the coral orange diaries we said "But they look the same as the classic red diaries!". However, when we put them side by side we could see there was a real difference in colour.

Coral is a good description of the new colour; I've seen pieces of coral that are exactly that shade. Terracotta would be another possibility. Moleskine are now describing their classic red as 'scarlet red' to distinguish it from 'coral orange'. Our photo shows scarlet red on the left, coral orange on the right (but remember there can be wide variation in how colours appear on the screens of different devices).

Take a look at the diaries at Remember to use the Refine Results feature on the left to narrow your choice. And, if you still haven't bought your 2016 diary, we still have a few small pocket-sized ones left.