In pictures: IAA's Gatsby-inspired summer ball

Over 800 guests celebrated the International Advertising Association's 75th anniversary at a Gatsby-inspired summer ball.

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The event, held at the Hurlingham Club, featured a charity raffle,in which proceeds will go to the National Advertising Benevloent Society (NABS) and The Prince's Trust.

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