Saturday, August 9, 2014

Kate Spade Fall 2014 Collection

Fashion and travel is a great fusion where inspiration brews new creations.  The diversity of culture, tradition, landscapes, gastronomy and the passion of adventure   shapes and molds amazing ideas in the world of design and style.  
In the Philippines, Kate Spade New York introduces their Fall 2014 Collection with Raffles Makati's launch of their Pret-A-Portea series held at the Writers Bar. A style setting journey to Asia such Tokyo, Shanghai and the Transcontinental Express(old world train travel) brings to life an amazing presentation of beautiful hues and prints, metallic details and relaxed silhouettes. Modernities of the first world as seen in colossal skyscrapers and cityscapes inspires anew in the collection with a chic spin on orientalia. The secrets of the orient reveal hints of Art Deco, graphics and color blocks giving a refreshing take on prints for any occasion.  Cheeky chic brings Tokyo's Harujuku district to the world with quirky but noteworthy handbags and clutches that adds a punch to any ensemble.  
Kate Spade's successful fashion statement of global fusion brings to life fun without going overboard.  The modern tale of more than two cities reveal an amazing collage of wearable tapestry.

Travel cross country with style with Tod's train clutch from the "All Abroad" collection.

Enter the wild side with cheetah printed accesories in the concrete jungle.

Fashion east meets west with Kate Spade's tale of two cities.

Fashion fun with mixed prints with a statement clutch.
Kate Spade 2014 Fall Collection

High Tea at the Kate Spade event in Raffles Makati with (L-R) Top Blogger Rica de Jesus of "Heart to Heart", Preview EIC Pauline Juan, SSI's Malu Francisco, Style Weekend and Manila Bulletin's Liza Ilarde-Cuenca and the author.

In the Philippines, Kate Spade New York is exclusively distributed by Store Specialists, Inc. and is located at The Power Plant Mall, Greenbelt 3, Rustan's Makati, Newport Mall, Shangrila Mall and Bonifacio High Street Central Square.

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