Kate Spade New York has announced that the company, co-founded by the late designer Kate Spade, will donate $1 million to organizations that support suicide prevention and mental health awareness.
Kate Spade’s husband, Andy Spade, issued a statement on Wednesday following the death by apparent suicide of the 55-year-old designer in her New York City apartment on Tuesday.
Kate Spade’s death by suicide at 55 is as shocking as any sudden celebrity death—the designer, mother, and fashion industry innovator is gone abruptly, unexpectedly, and entirely too soon. But the context and circumstances underscore its tragedy: For over two decades, the fashion designer’s commercial and personal…
Fashion designer Kate Spade has died. She was 55.
The kitten heel is an item that we regrettably omitted from our post about 2007 fashion trends that have returned with a vengeance, but it was a simple mistake, or perhaps denial on our parts. Today, however, the T Magazine reminded us that our Spring will echo with the sound of these tiny, impractical stilts slapping…
Two handbag titans are tying the corporate knot: Coach is shelling out $2.4 billion to purchase Kate Spade, as part of an ongoing effort to make itself more luxe. Fancy, but accessibly fancy.
As you hash out your Black Friday attack plan, remember some of the deals you’re getting aren’t actually deals. Specifically, if you’re headed to a Kate Spade outlet, that cute purse shaped like a playing card was never really sold for the higher original price listed on the price tag—the tricks they play, eh?
God, modern feminism is just so commercialized, isn’t it? In Kate Spade’s new mini-movie, we have Anna Kendrick dining solo at the Russian Tea Room in New York, where she runs into (drumroll please) Gloria Steinem.
The anti-domestic violence PSA which ran during Sunday's Super Bowl was not only gripping, but pulled from a real 911 call posted on Reddit by a dispatcher eight months ago.
We're halfway through November which means the emotional barricades currently staving off Christmas spirit are yielding to the sheer bulk of Yule tidings and um, shopping. So yeah, check out this Christmas shopping-themed Kate Spade video because dammit, Anna Kendrick is in it and she's great.
Vicariously, anyway! The Tribeca Ball 2011 At The New York Academy of Art was just what it sounds like: a little elegant, a bit bohemian, a lot fascinating.
If you're toting a knock-off Kate Spade bag, watch out! Ms. Spade, who no longer designs her eponymous label, confronted some poor (um, literally?) woman whom she ran into at a benefit last week and cross-examined her about the fake Spade bag the woman was carrying. Explains Kate, "She was like, 'Oh, my God, you're…