HomeEventsA tribute to the art of writing Terapia do Luxo 19 April, 2018 Events, LuxurySymbol of the city of São Paulo, the Monastery of Saint Benedict was chosen by Montblanc for the launch of the Meisterstück The Little Prince Special Edition, a writing instrument inspired by the novel by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry. The historic building, located in the heart of the city, has been transformed into the magical universe of the work. With its simple message that true wealth comes from giving to others, the issue reinforces the legendary status of the Meisterstück as a powerful and significant gift that creates lasting bonds between generations.To extend the writing experience, Montblanc has created a special ink and refills inspired by the fox character, in the color dark orange, reminiscent of the orange fox. A leather notebook completes the writing experience, with Saffiano leather cover printed with the profile of the fox, inspired by the illustrations of the author. The story of The Little Prince has also inspired a selection of men’s accessories including a pair of stainless steel round cufflinks with blue lacquer center, a stainless steel money clip and blue lacquer and a men’s woven leather bracelet with stainless steel clasp decorated with a yellow star.The evening also offered a different way of experiencing the imagination. The guests could listen to Hymne à l’amour, by Edith Piaf, in a duet, representing, respectively, the little prince and the rose, among other remarkable songs of the era of Saint-Exupèry. On the way out, they were treated to the famous Laetere cake, the exclusive recipe of the monks of the Monastery of St. Benedict, the same as to honor Pope Benedict XVI during his visit to Brazil. The collection can already be found in Montblanc Boutiques and accredited dealers.Check out, below, who was present at the event.Michel Cheval – Managing Director Montblanc BrasilGabriela Comis e Ivan PadillaThales Reis, Leda Matias e Malu Simões – Terapia do LuxoAlexandre Taleb – Consultor de ImagemKadu Dantas, Juliana Pereira e Michel ChevalFabio Maca – Artista PlásticoCrédito das imagens: Divulgação.