No formal announcements have been made, but The New York Daily News insists Kate Spade New York is preparing to release a more affordable diffusion line. The label, dubbed Kate Spade Saturday, is poised to compete with Chris Burch’s C. Wonder collection.
Anonymous sources say the pieces will take after the goodies from Madewell, with their clean lines and bold saturated colors. The line is set to feature apparel items, accessories, and home wares which are more casual than the ones in Kate Spade New York’s signature line.
Fashion fans are only just getting wind of the new collection, but it seems it’s been taking shape for some time. The Kate Spade Saturday line’s apparently been in the pipeline for the last six months, which makes us wonder why we haven’t heard about it before!
The New York Daily News’ source suggests we’ll see the Kate Spade Saturday pieces in stores outside the United States and online before they hit American retailers.
Kate Spade New York is staying tight-lipped on the rumors, but the fashion house has filed trademarks for Kate Spade Saturday in the United States and Europe. It’s also nabbed the domain name katespadesaturday.com, so clearly something is afoot. The insider might not have all the details right, but it’s likely this line will happen. Are you excited by it?
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