The collection has been designed by Tom Mora, SVP and head of design, RTW and lifestyle categories, and Jennifer Lyu, SVP and head of design, leather goods and accessories. Styling is polished yet undone, constructed and unconstructed, with vibrant colours that are complemented by soft tones. The collection brings a ‘sportif’ aesthetic with casual silhouettes, clean lines, and a modern take on suiting, all with a classic Kate Spade twist, the brand said in a press release.
Kate Spade New York showcased its vibrant Spring 2024 collection during the recent New York Fashion Week.
Crafted by Tom Mora and Jennifer Lyu, the range celebrates the brand’s heritage with a fusion of vivid colours, graphic patterns, and novel textures.
The offering features casual silhouettes and clean lines, portraying a sportif aesthetic.
As spring is the season of new beginnings, in 2024, Kate Spade will reintroduce its iconic Noel Print—an archival classic launched by Kate and Andy Spade in 1999. Noel is both playful and pragmatic, reimagined for today with a bright new energy. Adding another layer of dimension to the Kate Spade brand codes, the Noel capsule’s bold graphics and bright colour palette bring a youthful sensibility to the collection and will be seen across categories.
“There’s nothing quite like the first hints of spring in New York City, and the feelings of excitement, optimism, and hope that are evoked when we all escape from our homes and embrace the city’s beauty. It’s a magnetic, energetic feeling that creates connectivity as friends, families, and communities are coming together. This collection is a celebration of that moment, when you abandon your winter wardrobe and refuse to go back. It’s full of vibrant spring colours, fresh takes on heritage patterns, and unusual textures that drive excitement. There’s something so powerful about the way women today express themselves through personal style—it’s an evolution of creative styling, and we’re thrilled to be a part of it,” shared Mora and Lyu.
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