As soon as I hear 'Kate Spade' florals, pastels and anything and everything to do with femininity comes to mind. It isn't the type of collection/brand I'd usually do a review on but I felt like a change so why not!? Putting aside a few looks that really aren't my taste, the fall 2014 collection is both chic, modern and I can see many of the pieces on New York's finest socialites.
Deborah Lloyd, KSNY's creative director, always portrays the femininity of the brand immaculately and this collection was no disappointment. The vast array of leopard print, primary colours and bold prints all add up to a quirky and idiosyncratic collection that would be any young girls dream! Deborah Lloyd based this collection on her recent visit to Japan and China which is why this was such unconventional collection compared to many other shows. She took the concept of brogues and loafers from her recent travels and I personally love the contrast of these shoes with the rest of the look.
I'll definitely be watching the next Kate Spade New York show as I've really enjoyed reviewing this collection and can definitely see some inspired looks I could create from it.
Here's some of my favourite looks from the collection-