Wooster & Prince
The cobblestone streets in SoHo, New York City are alive with creative energy and it’s here that Amy Ormond began Wooster & Prince Papers in 2003. With the simple goal of fusing a modern color palette with a love of vintage textiles, Amy created an original anthology of patterns for a beautiful line of stationery and gifts. In a short time, the market took notice of this fresh perspective and a new brand was born.
In 2007, Amy began a licensing partnership with Seattle-based Madison Park Group, launching the Wooster & Prince brand in to entirely new domestic and international markets. In early 2008, Paperproducts Design also licensed Amy’s work, extending the brand in to tabletop and entertaining.
Amy’s design aesthetic has built a robust business from specialty boutique stores carrying Wooster & Prince products to larger retailers who tap Amy’s talents for exclusive artwork and product design. Today, thousands of retail stores carry Wooster & Prince products in the United States, Canada, Europe, Australia, New Zealand and throughout Asia.