Retro New York City—namely, the Warhol era—serves as the chief inspiration behind Kate Spade‘s ultra-colorful, print-filled fall/winter 2013 collection. Creative Director Deborah Lloyd worked with local artist Craig Redman for a feminine take on Darcel Disappoints, his whimsical one-eyed cartoon. It fit in well amid the flurry of the disco sparkles, leopard prints and oversized bows.
Timeless black and white is looking anything but bland right now. Brazen prints are making all those bright colors we’ve seen for so many seasons look demure. Wear a graphic black-and-white print all on its own, or layer on a pop of color for a statement-making optical punch. Ready to get bold and beautiful? Here are a few Editor’s Picks to get you on your way.
The lovely Annabelle is a Los Angeles-based blogger over at VIVALUXURY. She says that although she doesn’t want Fashion Week to end, she is excited for fall.
Even if it doesn’t often get too chilly in L.A., Annabelle has an arsenal of fall goodies she can’t wait to wear, and she says that this season, burgundy is the new black. I’m loving her bright dress and those killer heels!
This first bright and sunny day in awhile here in Seattle has us all scrambling to find our sunglasses—a commonly misplaced item amongst the residents of the Emerald City. But with the coincidental arrival of loads of new sunglasses shapes and styles online and in our stores, we think it makes for the perfect excuse to do a little shopping!
Our inspiration: the Nordstrom-exclusive kate spade new york canvas shopper. It makes us feel like you could tote the bright, festive colors of spring celebrations with you anywhere to liven up picnics, beach lounging or everyday errands.
Our post-holiday Seattle Flagship window displays are all about sunny getaways and transitional dressing into spring. We’ve run the gamut from on-trend, office-appropriate outfits to super-savvy cocktail dressing and beachwear.