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Alternative Stockists

Although the Fox and Star online shop has closed, you can still find most of the wonderful stationery that we stock elsewhere.

Here’s a roundup of some alternative stockists that might carry what you’re looking for.

MT Masking Tape Washi Tapes

Head over to the online store. They stock the full range of MT tapes plus the cool MT Casa home line also.


Stickerstack should be your first stop for Livework stationery in the UK. They stock most of the pens and planners and import the latest designs.

The Journal Shop currently stocks Livework Point Pens


The Journal Shop stocks the largest range of Iconic stationery in the UK.

MD Paper & Midori

The Journal Shop also have a huge range of other Japanese stationery brands including Midori and MD Paper - Midori’s premium notebook line.

Rifle Paper Co

For Rifle Paper Co in the UK, the first place to head to would be Papermash. They carry lots of Rifle Paper Co stationery and accessories.


Masté is a washi tape brand created by Mark’s Inc - the same company behind Mark’s Tokyo Edge. Hop over to Turnaround Gifts for the widest range of Masté stock in the UK.

Mark’s Tokyo Edge

If the diary is fundamental to your very existence (it certainly is for me) then Turnaround Gifts will be your next stop for Mark’s Tokyo Edge stationery in the UK. diaries are usually available around June-ish each year, so it’s worth paying their shop a visit around summertime so that you’ve got the pick of the diary covers. Some of the popular designs sell out quickly!


Turnaround Gifts also stocks Ohto, another Japanese stationery brand that makes the amazing Rays Quick Dry gel pen.

Paperways and L’apres Midi

The Journal Shop also has you covered for L’après-midi and Paperways stationery.

Seeso Graphics

Stickerstack stocks Seeso stationery in the UK, they should be your first stop.


Head over to The Journal Shop to pick up your next Hightide diary.


If you’re still stuck and can’t find something in particular…

It might be worth trying Fallindesign. They’re based in Korea, so they specialise in the Korean stationery brands. There are possible customs charges and shipping fees to think about though.