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This new royal stamp collection celebrates the British fashion industry. In the flurry of ‘British’ themed tat swamping the UK, it’s easy to miss souvenirs that actually are quite special.

Royal Stamp of Approval for British Fashion

Royal Stamp

The Royal Mail, from today, are issuing a run of stamps to celebrate British Fashion from 1945 forward. Advised by The Victoria and Albert Museum; the ten first-class stamps show world-famous iconic clothing that has inspired both haute couture and high street.

Royal Stamp

The range includes Dame Vivienne Westwood’s famous multi-coloured tartan ‘harlequin’ dress, modeled by Naomi Campbell in 1993. The stamps show the development of male and female fashion via designers such as Sir Norman Hartnell whose past costumer was the Queen.

Royal Stamp

Available from all good post offices (bad post offices have no taste) for £6 per set.

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Royal Stamp

(Images from The Telegraph)

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