It seems as though Kate Spade is in for another banner year as the house celebrates 20 years in business in 2013. In January, the firm will release a coffee table book entitled “Things We Love,” thus for spring, creative director Deborah Lloyd focused on the things she loves. A Mondrian-esque print in sherbet colors (already proving to be a favorite palette this season) and bold floral patterns, adorned pedal pushers and skirts, while the “well-placed bow,” now a house staple, appeared on everything from feminine prints on a twin set to appliques on a studded clutch to the tips of pointy stilettos. The collection was styled to a tee by the company’s exclusive brand stylist Brad Goreski of “It’s a Brad, Brad World.” The cutesy retro overload may not be everyone’s cup of tea, but it’s clearly worked for Spade for the last two decades.

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