The Kate Spade show at NYFW is one that people are always excited to see as the designs take an interesting spin on popular mundane women pieces like dresses and skirts and incorporate bold prints and bright colors.
With the tragic death of the Designer earlier this year, the show was especially important as this marks the debut of the new Creative Director, Nicola Glass. When interviewed about the collection, Nicola had this to say:
Bright colors mixed in chic combinations, feminine yet highly wearable silhouettes and impactful prints were the elements she focused on for her debut lineup. Infused with a fresh, spirited attitude, the collection offered a pretty wardrobe for the city girls of today. The brand’s spade-shaped logo took center stage in the lineup. Present but not overwhelming, it was used for the graphic floral pattern splashed on the opening silk dress, which was injected with a charming Seventies’ feel. The logo was also combined with hearts on the new metallic interlocking closure peppering a few bag styles, and made a subtle appearance on the interwoven leather buckets.
Gingham cotton dresses embroidered with tiny flowers were sweet and chic.
Below are a few pieces from the collection
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Photo Credit and Source: Ik Aldama Courtesy of Vogue.com