12 February 2013

Post on FashionCherry: Kate Spade

Kate Spade New York plated a delectably whimsical take on the big apple with each outfit offering a visual delight.

I review the Kate Spade New York Autumn/Winter 2013 presentation at New York Fashion Week here.

 At the Kate Spade New York Autumn/Winter 2013 presentation an assortment of striking pieces vied for your eyes attention; blouses adorned with oversized bows, delectable graphics sprawled across knitwear, flirty full skirts strewn with an apple print, and tweed pieces emulating the 60’s. The charming accessories managed to create their own stir particularly the bright yellow clutch with the word ‘TAXI’ gleefully emblazoned across it.

With the accompaniment of wrist-high gloves and bright patterned stockings, the collection as a whole married together stunningly, embodying the energetic spirit of New York City. The big apple dipped in glossy syrup. The creative director, Deborah Lloyd, used the lively city as her muse and utilised a cheerful palette of taxi cab yellow, fuchsia and stop sign red, encapsulating the vibrancy found on the streets.

Pops of punch packing prints were instrumental to the delightfully playful flair of the collection. Images of tasty treats were sprinkled across tapered pants, flared skirts and A-line dresses like confetti. Big hair, bold lips and gold studded nails complemented the vivacious mood underlying all the outfits, which in turn lends to the festivity surrounding the collection; a party fitting for the brand’s 20th anniversary. 

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