Stylish stationery store kikki.K opens in Gatwick’s North Terminal

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Swedish stationery brand kikki.K has opened its first airport store in Europe at Gatwick’s North Terminal. The 25m² (270ft²) Little Boutique features the brand’s unique ‘kiosk-style’ store design and offers a broad range of products from its Energise Your Life, Own Your Story and Inspiration collections, including journals, gifts, accessories and greeting cards.

The store also offers its The World Is Waiting Travel Collection, which includes leather passport holders, luggage tags and travel wallets, as well as inspiring travel journals. Products can be monogrammed for passengers in store.

Kristina Karlsson, founder of kikki.K, said, “It’s so exciting to see more and more of the UK fall in love with kikki.K, and we’re absolutely thrilled to be sharing our products with guests in Gatwick Airport’s North Terminal.

“As one of London’s busiest airport terminals, Gatwick is an ideal location for a kikki.K Little Boutique. Travellers can enjoy our world-class guest experience, and shop our gorgeous range of curated travel accessories, stationery and gifts for friends and family.”

Rachel Bulford, head of retail at Gatwick Airport, commented, “We’re very excited that kikki.K has chosen Gatwick as the home of its first ever airport boutique in Europe. As a distinctively high-quality design brand with a global following, kikki.K fits in perfectly with the wealth of quality retailers in Gatwick’s busy international departure lounge, and our passengers can expect a one-of-a-kind experience in this fabulous new boutique as they visit Gatwick in the weeks and months to come.”

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