The Montblanc store at Chicago O'Hare offers writing instruments, watches and accessories, often identified by the famous Montblanc "White Star" logo.

Montblanc was established by Claus-Johannes Voss, Alfred Nehemias and August Eberstein in 1906. Its first name was the Simplo Filler Pen company, and it made pens in the Schanzen district of Hamburg, Germany. The Rouge Et Noir produced in 1909, was the company's first pen model, and it was followed in 1910 by the pen that was later to give the company its new name, the Mont Blanc. The first Montblanc fountain pen was made in 1925.

Montblanc was acquired by Dunhill in 1977, following which lower price pens were dropped and the brand was used on a wide range of luxury goods other than pens. Today the Montblanc brand can be found on luxury goods such as watches and accessories. Montblanc now forms part of the Richemont group. Its related companies include luxury brands Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, ChloƩ, and Baume et Mercier. Since 2000, Montblanc has manufactured all the components for Montegrappa and Cartier branded pens.

Location: Terminals One, Three

Hours: 7:30 a.m. 7:30 p.m. Sun through Fri / 8a.m. 6p.m.Sat