kate spade says hello to Paris, France and celebrates three year of on purpose.
kate spade opened the doors to their first shop in the City of Lights at 418 Rue Saint Honoré. Nestled in the heart of Paris’ luxurious 1st arrondissement, the brand’s high-end flagship in Paris showcases kate spade’s unique world – from handbags, clothing and accessories, to home decor, tech and beyond – in an extraordinary environment.
“To us, each speciality shop around the world is special. Here we’ve sprinkled our signature mid-century modern townhouse details within a traditional Parisian facade -with a few additional surprises and delights for a truly one- of-a kind visual and shopping experience,” commented the global lifestyle brand founded in 1993 by kate brosnahan spade, a former accessories editor at mademoiselle.
“crisp color, graphic prints and playful sophistication are the hallmarks of kate spade new york. from handbags and clothing to jewelry, fashion accessories, fragrance, eyewear, shoes, swimwear, home decor, desk accessories, stationery, tabletop and gifts, our exuberant approach to the everyday encourages personal style with a dash of incandescent charm. we call it living colorfully,” says the American fashion designer and businesswoman.
kate spade celebrating 3 years of “on purpose”
Since 2014, kate spade has been holding true to the commitment to build women-led businesses in underserved communities to produce the kate spade “on purpose” label. Through on purpose label, the brand partners with and transform an entire community by employing its primary agents of change: women.
“Right now, we’re doing it in Masoro, Rwanda where the women of ADC are experiencing economic independence and empowering each other to invest in their communities,” explains kate spade.
As previously announced on May 8, 2017, luxury American fashion brand Coach entered into an agreement to acquire Kate Spade & Company. Coach intends to use the proceeds from this offering, together with cash on hand and cash on hand at Kate Spade and term loans, to fund the purchase price for the acquisition and pay related fees and expenses.