Oscar de la Renta Teams Up with Paperless Post to Create Stationery Inspired by the Runway

Girls who are interested in buying nice clothes also tend to be the kind of girls who like really nice stationery. We write thank you notes and send them out snail mail. So it makes sense that a fashion label--Oscar de la Renta--would team up with a stationery company--Paperless Post--to create a seriously gorgeous line of all the things you need to correspond in style--both for today's electronic world and for when you want to send an actual letter. Like with a stamp.
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Girls who are interested in buying nice clothes also tend to be the kind of girls who like really nice stationery. We write thank you notes and send them out snail mail. So it makes sense that a fashion label--Oscar de la Renta--would team up with a stationery company--Paperless Post--to create a seriously gorgeous line of all the things you need to correspond in style--both for today's electronic world and for when you want to send an actual letter. Like with a stamp.
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Girls who are interested in buying nice clothes also tend to be the kind of girls who like really nice stationery. We write thank you notes and send them out snail mail.

So it makes sense that a fashion label--Oscar de la Renta--would team up with a stationery company--Paperless Post--to create a seriously gorgeous line of all the things you need to correspond in style--both for today's electronic world and for when you want to send an actual letter. Like with a stamp.

Paperless Post, as the name implies, is best known for their well-designed evites. You've probably received at least one or dozens in your inbox in the last four years the company has been around. Over a million go out every week via Paperless Post, founder and CEO James Hirschfeld told us. But they also make real, physical stationery too. And they're the exclusive producer of Oscar de la Renta's new stationery line which is directly inspired by prints and fabrics from the designer's recent collections (spring ready-to-wear, resort, pre-fall, even bridal).

Click through to check out the collection and head over to paperlesspost.com to see it in full. E-cards start at $.25, paper cards range from $1 to $1.58.

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