Erdem has become one of the biggest names at London Fashion Week and even gained attention from Anna Wintour for Spring 2010. The upcoming designer has recently received a big boost from Sarah Brown when she wore one of his designs at the Labour party conference.
He has now followed in the footsteps of Giles Deacon and teamed up with Smythson to create a line of stylish stationery. There are gorgeous diaries which incorporate Erdem's classic prints and a butterfly diary (£87). There are also diaries with Japanese inspired illustrations (£115). What do you think of this collaboration?