Kate Spade New York fall 16 : the show must go on !


« Fall in new york is… being the star of your own show.  » The new campaign showcases fashion and accessories from the core kate spade new york collection along with the luxe madison avenue and casual broome street labels.

A mantra ? All we need is this bohemian spirit of sirens, divas and creative firebirds of the stage. The kate spade new york fall 2016 campaign brings to life its own cabaret.Color, graphic prints and sophistication compose this new collection. From handbags and clothing to jewelry and fashion accessories, kate spade new York offers us a lesson of personal style and tell us : »Live colorfully with charm and incandescence » ! All right !

Who ? Jourdan Dunn (oh my Jourdan !), Zosia Mamet and Bernadette Peters (actress, singer and children’s author) along with a variety of interesting faces.
But also, some ballet personnalities : the fabulous dancer and resident choreographer with the New York City Ballet, Justin Peck and the principal contemporary dancer with Martha Graham, Xin Ying.

We are fond of the impossibly sophisticated, Frosty Austin a cat who lives by the adage « you can never be overdressed or overeducated ».

What else ? Each of these virtuosos is the star of her/his own show, giving the campaign an air of eclectic individually and romance that also permeates the collection.

We are thrilled to be working with such incredibly talented personalities for our fall campaign, »   « This season we celebrate virtuosos who dream big and inspire us to be stars in our own way. We are excited to share our love of music and performance through our fall collection shown on a brilliant cast of creative individuals. »sayed Deborah Lloyd, President and Chief Creative Officer of kate spade new York.

And then …? Visit the e-shop http://www.katespade.co.uk !

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Credits
Photographer: Emma Summerton
Hair: Jimmy Paul
MakeUp: Romy Soleimani
 
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