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Fashionable gathering at new Ann Taylor store

Enduring fashion doyenne Marilyn Riseman was among the party people who made the scene at the opening fete for the new Ann Taylor store at the Prudential. The celebratory shindig was held in the 32d floor penthouse at The Clarendon, the Robert A.M. Stern-designed condo complex in the Back Bay. Also there were Elements of Style blogger Erin Gates, StyleWeek Providence cofounder Rosanna Ortiz Sinel, and fashion writer Erin Souza.

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