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How Ted Baker Throws A Cirque Du Style

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    Our closets are out with the boring and in with the bright, because, hello spring! And, Ted Baker London is here to support us in our overhaul as we greet the season's bevy of standout pieces.

    To give the season — and more importantly, its fashion — a proper welcome, the bold Brit label threw a circus-inspired celebration at its Fifth Avenue location, hosted by blogger Bonnie Barton of Flashes of Style, where guests dipped into a sweet deal of 20% off the entire store, and one lucky RSVPer even scored a $500 gift card. Cocktails were poured, records were spun, and the city's stylish guests bedecked themselves in the new Ted Baker apparel and accessories — now that's what we call an all-star performance.

    True to form, we were there to catch all the action (you know we can't turn down a good party). Check out the pics ahead to relive the big-top-themed bash, and don't forget to bookmark those covetable spring styles — you never know, you just might find your wardrobe's new biggest act. As for us, we'll be wishing for the tie-dye maxi-dress until it magically appears in our closet. (A girl can dream, right?)

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