The Kate Spade girl is out gallery-hopping, according to creative director Deborah Lloyd. To that end, the collection drew on an “artist’s palette” and offered prints and treatments reminiscent of brush strokes. The result was a bevy of colors; a vivid cheetah print, charming paint-by-number florals and a painted silver faux fur. These were transformed into Spade staples; great cocktail dresses; quirky patterned skirts, and perfect toppers and cropped jackets. And this season’s conversation starter will surely be the “book cover” satin clutches, with Spade’s interpretation of classics such as Charles Dickens’ “A Tale of Two Cities.”

 

The Kate Spade girl is out gallery-hopping, according to creative director Deborah Lloyd. To that end, the collection drew on an “artist’s palette” and offered prints and treatments reminiscent of brush strokes. The result was a bevy of colors; a vivid cheetah print, charming paint-by-number florals and a painted silver faux fur. These were transformed into Spade staples; great cocktail dresses; quirky patterned skirts, and perfect toppers and cropped jackets. And this season’s conversation starter will surely be the “book cover” satin clutches, with Spade’s interpretation of classics such as Charles Dickens’ “A Tale of Two Cities.”

 

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