"They were affordable AND terrific AND fabulous". Saffo contacted The Star to say that the story had misspelled Spade's childhood nickname, Katy. So I had no problem working hard to support a brand created by a woman like that.
"She was a dear little person".
'He has 100% lost his soulmate and is only focused on his daughter right now, ' they said. "She was a visionary". Bright color. Despite the great sadness at our loss, the legacy that Kate Spade leaves behind is one to be celebrated by women around the world.
In a February 2017 interview with NPR's How I Built This podcast, the designer admitted that she had always been a nervous person and that she had often anxious about her company, Kate Spade New York, going under in the early years.
Before making the jump to designing, she was a senior fashion editor at the fashion magazine Mademoiselle. But, "YES people" surrounded her for too long, so she didn't receive the proper care for what she believed to be Bipolar disorder, that came from her "immense celebrity". "I love sending them". In that time, Neiman Marcus sold the Kate Spade company to Liz Claiborne for $125 million.
But Spade, whose brands - first Kate Spade and later Frances Valentine - were associated with freewheeling modern living, felt that seeking help would hurt her products.
David Spade has taken to his social networking sites to remember his sister-in-law Kate Spade after she was found dead at her home in NY this week in a suspected suicide.
Wilson, of InStyle, recalled often finding her in her store, helping shoppers.
Both Mr. Brosnahan and Elyce Arons - Ms. Arons became close friends with Ms. Spade as an 18-year-old at the University of Kansas and later became her business partner in both Kate Spade and Frances Valentine - said they had been aware of Ms. Spade's depression and the separation in her marriage.
I'm here to tell you that you are stronger than you think.
Mallis, the former CFDA director, noted that the stunning news of Spade's death came just the morning after virtually the entire NY fashion industry had gathered at the Brooklyn Museum for the glitzy annual CFDA awards.