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CAMPBELL’S CLOTHES: British clothing label Ted Baker has found an unexpected collaborator in British interior designer Nina Campbell. Ray Kelvin, Ted Baker’s founder and chief executive officer, was so taken with Campbell’s floral prints when he chose them to adorn the walls of his home that he decided to work them into a capsule collection of women’s wear for Ted Baker, too. The five-piece collection — made up of a cardigan, a dress, a blouse, a scarf and a silk satin bag — all featuring Campbell’s gray and oyster colored Orchard Blossom print, will go on sale at Ted Baker stores in the U.K. and Ireland in May. Prices for the collection will start at 55 pounds, or $83 at current exchange, for a scarf and rise to 249 pounds, or $378, for a backless maxidress.

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