Ken And Barbie Reunite, And We Have The Spicy Party Pics!

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    Maybe it's because it was the day before Valentine's, or maybe no other guy can quite replace him, but last night, New York caught some Ken fever before the heartthrob reunited with his Barbie. Barbie's former-ex (they broke up in 2004, after being together for nearly 43 years—unheard of for celebrities, right?) got the spotlight treatment from CFDA designers like Billy Reid and Nicholas K at Christie's. Some of our favorite menswear stars styled Barbie's beau, like Yigal Azrouël's take on bright swimwear or Robert Geller dressing the doll for a trench coated movie date—oh, and Simon Spurr's suited-up model? Majorly lust-worthy. Ken wasn't the only one centerstage; we peeped Phillipe Blond, Paul Sevigny and a whole host of stylish party goers donning their best pink outfits. Good news for the Big K's V-Day, as well: The public has overwhelmingly voted for Barbie to take back her man, so as of today, the duo are official again!

    Click through to check the fete here, with all of the spicy Kens, Barbie-themed Magnolia cupcakes and vintage Mattel dolls you can handle.


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