Inspired by Ormond Gigli’s “Girls in Windows” (a pretty fantastic photo, no?), Kate Spade’s collection was full of bright candy colors and vibrant graphic and pop art prints (literally – one clutch was gleefully emblazoned with the word “pop!”).
From summer dresses and twin sets, to collared shirts and print tees, creative director Deborah Lloyd has the feminine lady with a penchant for technicolored brights and pastels covered.
Floppy striped hats, white framed sunglasses, and adorable fruit shaped handbags were just some of the accessories that tied the feminine and lighthearted collection together. Kate Spade has really transformed itself in these last two decades and they are stronger than ever – especially when it comes to styling, which is now headed by Brad Goreski.