The search for inspiration has to be one of the best parts of being a fashion designer—this is particularly true with kate spade new york‘s spring 2014 collection, themed around creative director Deborah Lloyd’s trips to romantic European cities.
Vintage-style lemon prints signify warm afternoons spent strolling the markets of Capri. Racing stripes and speedometer bags hint at Monaco’s storied Grand Prix (“I just can’t resist fast cars and cute drivers,” she writes in the show program). And, of course, Parisian touches appear left and right, from chic little red dresses to swirling prints inspired by vintage wrought iron doors—all well-suited for your next journey across the pond.
Love the manicure!
Brad Goreski, of Bravo’s “It’s a Brad Brad World,” styled the presentation.
kate spade new york creative director Deborah Lloyd, wearing pieces from her new collection.