Last week Ted Baker opened the doors to its new flagship store on New York’s Fifth Avenue. Referred to as “Ted’s Grand House” this beautifully constructed, three story space showcases the fine clothing and accessories of the British company.
As part of the celebration, the store was stocked outside and in with butlers and maids, carrying on in old-fashioned, London attire. Here are a few pictures from the theatrical day:
The Head House Maid with her fellow domestics outside the Fifth Avenue store.
The Head House Maid in all her glory.
Two more domestics holding the doors and handing out flyers.
Service with a smile at Ted’s Grand House.
Jumpsuits are very trendy this Summer, and it seems the more intricate the pattern, the better.
This first woman wears a tank jumpsuit with a plunging V neckline, and a black and white splatter pattern. She wears a copper Renoir cuff belt that helps to keep the loose fabric tight around her waist. The legs of the jumpsuit sit dangling above the ankle, where the black t-strap sandals start. The copper belt adds a balanced touch of color to this black and white outfit, as do her manicure and pedicure.
This young lady takes a break from her day to check her phone, while sitting on the back stoop of the Equinox SoHo. Her spaghetti strap jumpsuit isn’t void of color or pattern. The purple background is a vibrant color, and allows for the tan tiger stripes to pop. The gold necklace with turquoise inlays helps to dazzle her soft swooping neckline. Her belt, bag and flats are all of matching brown leather. This uniform, neutral, color scheme helps to keep the emphasis on her lively jumpsuit.