Kate Spade New York Fall 2018 collection in store now
September 7, 2018: In celebration of its 25th anniversary, Kate Spadae’s Fall collection is inspired by America’s beautiful prairies.
The collection exudes a sophisticated style through utilitarian fabrics, details and motifs and a sparkling twang unique to Nashville, Tennessee.
The Ready to wear colleection is an amalgamation of menswear-inspired shapes with feminine silhouettes in a palette of deep blues, faded pinks and russet browns.
Indigo denim is featured prominently throughout the collection from a boxy jacket with studs, a swingy skirt, to a trim on a tweed suit.
Prints like the calico florals, patchwork and plaid capture the prairie spirit, especially when cast across dresses and blouses with lace, yokes and ruffles. A horse motif on a sweater and dress is a wildly likeable tie-back to the heart of the season.
The Sam bag from 1993 is re-explored, giving birth to the summer’s bangle-handle style in luxurious suede with fringe detail and croc-embossed leather which comes in shearling, as well as black and deep red velvet. Alongwith a smooth leather boho bucket bag, Vanessa, the chain strap shoulder bag Marci is adorable too. The footwear includes studded suede mules and a knee-high leather boot with contrast piping.
This year’s jewelry collection is a stunning and cohesive collection of earrings. Sparkling dusters with rose bud detail live alongside pear-shaped pearl danglers and mismatched pairs. A dazzling duo features horses cascading with rhinestones, and hoops are reimagined in delicate sparkling stars and hearts. The brand has extended itself with phone cases adorned in sly foxes and bandana prints, calico florals and scenes of the open road.