The United States Postal Service is honoring the late Oscar de la Renta with a series of commemorative Forever stamps.
De la Renta, who passed away in 2014, was known for his sophisticated, glamorous aesthetic, and for dressing both celebrities and first ladies.
Sold as a pane of 11, the stamps includes one stamp featuring a black-and-white portrait of the designer accompanied by ten more highlighting vibrant details from his gowns.
“Our family and our company are profoundly honored that the U.S. Postal Service has chosen to memorialize Oscar de la Renta’s life and work with this series of beautiful stamps,” said Alex Bolen, CEO of Oscar de la Renta, in a statement. “Oscar was proud to be an American and this would have made him tremendously happy. To commemorate his personal version of the ‘American Dream’ with these stamps is a great honor for which we thank the U.S. Postal Service.”