Kate Spade's new creative director continues in bold

NEW YORK (AP) – In the sophomore collection for Kate Spade, creative director Nicola Glass remained true in the roots of the brand in upatat designs, adding her own spin in color color use.

With a drop, Glass worked in silks and broccoli. Polished polish was available in leather which was embossed in crocodile design for handbags. She concentrated on this season: Animal prints in her yellow, purple and red.

“The brand has always been colorful, but (I) looked at new ways to use color and unexpected mixes,” Glass told the Associated Press before the Friday show at New York Fashion Week.

Much of its designs came in fluid silhouettes. As well as animal printing, she used striped and crochet designs which felt in some form. For one of the main boys, the handbags, Glass said the core-shaped cores are in different sizes as she worked with enamel and her new leather textures, including faux pauon.

Actors KiKi Layne, Maggie Gyllenhaal and Julia Garner sat on the front row.

Layne, the star of “If Beale Street Could Talk”, landed on her first major fashion campaign as Kate Spade's face. She told the AP that she is still not able to see her face everywhere and that she has not had time to splurge on fashion merchants since she became a new Hollywood name.

In her sophomore collection for Kate Spade, creative director Nicola Glass remained true in the roots of the brand in high designs. (February 12)

“The first big fashion splurge? I feel it's not yet done, ”said the new star. “Not true true. I mean everything is just starting, so I am caring for the practical things boring. Want to be a, what? Responsible adult. ”

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