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kate spade new york: things we love
twenty years of inspiration, intriguing bits and other curiosities
kate spade new york: things we love
Authors: by kate spade new york, foreword by glenda bailey, introduction by deborah lloyd
Imprint: Abrams Books
ISBN: 1-4197-0566-0
EAN: 9781419705663
Availability: In Stock
Publishing Date: 1/15/2013
Trim Size: 9 1/2 x 11 1/2
Page Count: 240
Cover: Hardcover with jacket
Illustrations: 200 color and black-and-white illustrations
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$40.00
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About the book
within the four walls of kate spade new york, personal style is applauded and cultural curiosity is encouraged. long before the days of pinboards and social sharing, the brand’s in-house creative team began amassing a collection of things we love on their website: a crayon ring, a cocktail doodle, a particularly dreamy photograph.

people began visiting and chiming in with suggestions. now, the things we love have come to life in celebration of the brand’s 20th anniversary. each of the book’s 20 chapters is filled with things we love—from the color red to a well-placed bow to a sense of humor and handwritten notes. part visual diary, part inspirational reference and sprinkled throughout with playful tips and practical advice, things we love is a beautiful compilation that visually represents the spirit of kate spade new york—a place where the colors are bold, smart design is key and fashion is fun.

Praise for kate spade new york: things we love:

“the brand has a vibrant new tome to celebrate.”-- Harper’s Bazaar.com
 


About the author
kate spade new york started with four people in 1993. its grown a bit since then, but the charming dream-big, anything-is-possible mentality has stayed the same. in the last 20 years, the once-handbag company has become a global lifestyle brand with shops around the world and categories including handbags, clothing, jewelry, shoes, stationery, accessories, fragrance and home.


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