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Reinventing Kate Spade with Retro-Glam

In Designers on August 6, 2009 at 2:45 am

In July 2009 the classic Kate Spade New York got a makeover with a hip and prettier “retro-glam” look.

Fashion designer Kate Spade is famous for her stylish boxy purses that once made women drool.

boxy purse

Creative Director, Deborah Lloyd, is not erasing the memorable IT bag at all from the new collection. In fact, those boxy purses and 1960s era in London made a big impact with inspiring the new collection.

The new collection for Kate Spade contains unique throwback shapes and retro-glam prints. The unveiling of the debut clothing collection will be August 11, 2009.

Influenced by a mix of current New York City nightlife and classic London in the 1960s makes this amazing collection fabulous. The collection is a perfect fit for any girlie girl to dance the night away or enjoy a cocktail party with her friends.

kate spade dress

kate spade purse

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Deborah Lloyd was striving to give a worldly feel to each look while inspiring global thinking, yet dressing locally.

“I wanted to inspire grand ideas: a cocktail dress that sparks a party, a coat that causes a trip to the opera – clothes that create moments of glamour.” –Deborah Lloyd, Creative Director, Kate Spade www.marieclaire.com

the-only-kate-spade-store-in-nyc Fashion Designer Kate Spade has been a growing success ever since the opening of her first store in Soho New York City in 1996. Two years later stores were opened in Boston, Chicago, San Francisco and Long Island. As the years went on so did the opening of more stores around the world allowing fashionable women everywhere to have her trendy accessories.

Kate Spade New York continues growing and providing us with fashionable accessories that makes anyone drool.

What’s your opinion? Do you love the new retro-glam Kate Spade or the classic Kate Spade boxy purses?

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