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J.W.Anderson Is Getting Into the Stamp Business

Jonathan Anderson of J.W.Anderson at his fall 2016 runway presentation.
Jonathan Anderson of J.W.Anderson at his fall 2016 runway presentation.
Getty Images: Danny Martindale

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Fashion-forward stamp collectors rejoice, because J.W.Anderson is here to shake up your weird postal service world with a limited edition stamp you can buy right this minute.

The stamp, which coincides with Anderson's spring 2016 collection of frilly-fronted A-line dresses and abstract printed tunics, features the model Mayka Merino in an Anderson piece alongside Britain's rare, 1840-issued one penny stamp.

The experimental, avant-garde designer is no newbie to the world of collectibles and paper goods. His website currently offers a wide range of art books, prints by the artist Ian David Baker, and magazines (hello, vintage Playgirl coverboy).

You can buy them as a set of 10 for $21 exclusively on the brand's website, here. See below for a close-up look:

The limited edition J.W.Anderson stamp for spring 2016. Photo: Courtesy of J.W.Anderson