2015 Fall Ready-to-Wear

Kate Spade & Company

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Kate Spade New York Fall 2015

Kate Spade New York Fall 2015

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  • Kate Spade New York Fall 2015
  • Kate Spade New York Fall 2015
  • Kate Spade New York Fall 2015
  • Kate Spade New York Fall 2015
  • Kate Spade New York Fall 2015
  • Kate Spade New York Fall 2015
  • Kate Spade New York Fall 2015
  • Kate Spade New York Fall 2015
  • Kate Spade New York Fall 2015
  • Kate Spade New York Fall 2015
  • Kate Spade New York Fall 2015
  • Kate Spade New York Fall 2015
  • Kate Spade New York Fall 2015
  • Kate Spade New York Fall 2015
  • Kate Spade New York Fall 2015
  • Kate Spade New York Fall 2015
  • Kate Spade New York Fall 2015
  • Kate Spade New York Fall 2015
  • Kate Spade New York Fall 2015
  • Kate Spade New York Fall 2015
  • Kate Spade New York Fall 2015
  • Kate Spade New York Fall 2015
  • Kate Spade New York Fall 2015
  • Kate Spade New York Fall 2015
  • Kate Spade New York Fall 2015
  • Kate Spade New York Fall 2015
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Kate Spade New York Fall 2015

Deborah Lloyd drew inspiration from Roald Dahl novels for her whimsical fall collection.

Roald Dahl’s colorful characters might not be the most obvious reference for a label looking to up its sophistication level, but Kate Spade’s Deborah Lloyd certainly thought so. Lloyd, who said she escaped as a child by “reading amazing books such as Dahl’s and imagining yourself with these characters,” kept glimpses of the author’s playful vibe — a clutch reminiscent of a box of chocolates, in homage to Willy Wonka — but added a softer, more elegant element via simple full-skirted cocktail dresses in pink with black bows.

The presentation, held in a setting that replicated Bemelmans Bar, complete with a grand piano and whimsical wallpaper created by Michael McConnell, also featured a red-and-black blanket-plaid group of capes, skirts and jackets inspired by “Fantastic Mr. Fox.” The miniskirt paired with a white tailored shirt and faux-fur stole looked particularly fresh and modern. The house’s staple accessories took an upscale turn, too, with new faux-fur clutches and a chunky men’s loafer.

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