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Racked Dedicated: See the wonder of Ted Baker London's new collection at a special event Oct. 8

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See the wonder of Ted Baker London’s new collection at a special event Oct. 8

Ted Baker London’s autumn-winter 2015 collections for men and women lives up to the brand’s reputation for stylish and sophisticated design with a palette of prints and patterns that nod at watercolors and still lifes.

And on Thursday, October 8, Ted Baker is offering 25% off everything, both online and in stores, with the online-exclusive sale beginning on Wednesday, October 7 at 12pm EST. There’ll be DJs and specialty drinks from 6 to 9 p.m. in stores, and all customers will get a special gift with purchases of $400 or more.

Combining beautiful designs, high quality fabrics, and meticulous attention to detail, Ted Baker mixes traditional and contemporary influences with an irreverent sense of humor and a quintessential British attitude.

In the new women’s collection, prints create spectacles of romance and radiance. Layer upon layer of decadent blooms fall on the twilight floral design, while the shadow floral motif is beautiful and beguiling. For men, painterly florals and oversized leaves grace fabrics and linings; jacquards on knits and chevrons on jersey explore scale and perspective; and paisley appears across coats, polo collars, shirts, and statement blazers.

Click here to find out more about the event, and the wonders of Ted Baker.

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