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Love in in the air.....Lanvin for La Poste


As part of the celebration of Lanvin's 120th anniversary, Alber Elbaz has designed two stamps for the French postal service, La Poste.




The stamps are on sale now and feature the designer's signature illustrations. In addition, there will be three limited edition ceramic hearts to send to loved ones - just in time for Valentine's Day.

The anniversary collection will also include notebooks, pencil and paper presses. If you are not in Paris to pick up these goodies at the Rue des Mathurins location, don't fret.

The postal service will be creating an online Lanvin store on the
post office's website.

I have bought a set of the stamps but personally think that the stamps are too good too use :-)


Bonne soirée et belle semaine !


L

Comments

  1. These are so beautiful - sure beats the Australian cricketers that we've got on our stamps at the moment! Leigh

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  2. what beauties! i have archived both images....now on the lookout for any similar posters for galerie montmartre!!! hope all's well with you, leann. x

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  3. Gorgeous illustrations on the stamps and totally agree with you that they are too lovely to use!! Have a lovely day - Tina.

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  4. Love Lanvin, and love that La Poste is celebrating with love heart stamps.

    So many wonderful memories of la Poste...and many, many, many boite rouge back to Oz.

    jules :)

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  5. These stamps are brilliant, Leeann.
    I often buy special edition stamps but don't use them. Maybe they will be worth money one day !! XXXX

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  6. Oh gosh what I would do for those stamps! I've been collecting stamps since I was 6!

    I'm seething with envy!!! haha

    x

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  7. How fabulously french and fun, Leeann.

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  8. Agree, I would hold on to them as well. I understand the french are mad about stamps and if one were to start a hobby of stamp collecting that would be the place to go!
    Jeanne :)

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  9. Ahh - I use them. Love sending arty envelopes with beautiful stamps on them to friends in other countries... Go on! Share ;-)

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  10. How adorable...loves these...so colourful and vibrant :)

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