There couldn’t be any single New York Fashion Week without NY inspired fashion shows. This year the creative director of Kate Spade, Deborah Lloyd opted for the much loved theme, demonstrating her super-colorful and vibrant collection on the background of seventies-style yellow taxi cabs and the neon lit-up NY skyline. Actually, the Kate Spade fall/winter 2013-2014 collection came to celebrate the brand’s 20th anniversary, and the celebration was definitely maximum joyful and fun.
Overall, not only the brand’s show was Ney York inspired with seventies motifs, but also the Kate Spade fall/winter 2013-2014 collection. It was a nod to the charming seventies retro style, which was so fitting the brand. Golden touches, tweed, leopard prints, shaggy fur and velvet added kind of disco vibes to the collection, while big bows, polka dots, stripes and donut prints boosted the flirty and girlish allure. There were skirts inspired from the yellow-and-black checkered taxis, cool black-and-white apple printed suits, sexy leopard printed coats, pant suits with a sleeveless peplum top, sleeveless polka dotted dresses with peplum details, lots of skinny pants and full skirts, fur chubby jackets, Studio 54 inspired tuxedo suits, cartoon printed sweaters and T-shirts that were bearing Craig Redman’s style printed all over.
When it comes to Kate Spade accessories, we always accept the cutest and flirtiest pieces in the world. This season, however, the designer opted for more traditional shapes and shades, bringing stylish oversized leather bags and clutches, leather gloves, various styles of hats, high heeled shoes, either round or pointy toed with various details, such as bows, studs, fringe and metallic details. Still, the playful vibe was maintained thanks to the necklaces with enamel charms, lips-formed sunglasses and taxi-printed clutches. Perhaps, the Kate Spade fall/winter 2013-2014 collection was the most cheerful and girlish line presented throughout the Fashion Week.
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