The Maison Martin Margiela Feather Pen brings quill pens back into fashion.
There's no ink bottle involved with the Maison Martin Margiela Feather Pen. It's an updated version of the old writing utensil predominantly used from the sixth to the 19th century. The tip of the feather is now a pen, which some may scoff at since they want the real deal. Such naysayers should take comfort in knowing that the top part is made from real ostrich and goose feather; in a way, authenticity hasn't been lost. Besides, it's got the full look, so you'll still appear just as scholarly as a philosopher when you're writing with it.
The Maison Martin Margiela Feather Pen was made in collaboration with Paris design house ENO.