Kate Spade never fails to deliver when it comes to colorful, playful fashion. At the brand’s Spring/Summer 2016 show, florals were on the menu, both on the models and on the ‘runways’. Over 30,000 flowers from FTD, including pink gerbera daisies, blue hydrangeas, yellow tulips and coral, orange, yellow, hot pink and white roses, took over the presentation space. The models were covered in flowers too – floral prints, that is, mixed and matched with candy colored ribbon stripes and lace. Plus there were several looks in ‘New York neutrals’: black, white and beige.
Deborah Lloyd, President and Chief Creative Officer, Kate Spade, commented on the collection:
“The spring 2016 collection was inspired by the intersection of daydreams and day trips. Spring is the season when a shortcut through the flower district on 28th street or a pause in front of a local bodega – bees buzzing and bursts of roses and daises as far as one can see – makes you feel like you’ve left the city completely and taken the train to the end of the line. The colors are inspired by a fun fair – carousel pink, alice blue, sunshine yellow, boardwalk beige – pop against classic New York City black and white.”
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