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Dubai, UAE, September 11, 2018:  Nicola Glass delivers optimistic femininity: empowered, confident dressing with an easy, sunny sensibility. 
 
WHO: Notable Attendees Included: Priyanka Chopra (actress), Elizabeth Olsen (actress), Kate Bosworth (actress), Suki Waterhouse (model), Gillian Jacobs (actress), Nina Agdal (model), Julia Jones (actress), Whitney Port (influencer), Leandra Medine (influencer) and more.  
 
 WHAT: The Spring 2019 season marks the debut collection for Nicola Glass, Kate Spade New York's new Creative Director, with the brand's first-ever runway show at the iconic New York Public Library.  
 
Having always been attracted to the brand's core DNA – the modern use of color and authentic design – Nicola Glass saw an opportunity to examine and refine the existing codes of the house, evolving them in her own way. 

“Kate and Andy were groundbreaking when they launched Kate Spade 25 years ago.  The purity of their design approach immediately appealed to me,” shared Nicola  

Glass.  “I remember when Kate took the market by storm – it combined simplicity and elegance.  Kate Spade has always been a healthy and powerful brand with a positive message of helping women express themselves through fashion. The brand celebrates that it's great to be a woman.” 
 
Nicola continued, “I saw so much opportunity to evolve the collection, while maintaining Kate Spade's strong brand heritage and unique personality.  Overall, the collection is more modern and less retro; there is a sense of polished ease.  It's both sophisticated and youthful, with an air of sensuality.  Details are very important to me.  Our new products are intended to be experienced up close; not everything is visible at first glance.” 
 
Inspired by the origins of the brand, Nicola looked at how she could build upon the collection season after season, establishing consistencies and core elements across categories – starting with the spade itself.  Used as a design element throughout the collection, the spade is integrated both overtly and subtly into patterns, cutouts and functional hardware. “The spade has endless possibilities,” Nicola added. 
 
Feminine silhouettes nod to the ‘70s and 40's; colors become more modern through saturated solids and unexpected combinations; a unique print language ignites a sense of discovery; handbags take on a new level of luxury with unique applications and sumptuous fabrics – all rooted in the idea of everyday luxuries.  
 
The brand paid tribute to its founder, Kate Spade, by honoring the joy and beauty she brought into the world, leaving an in - memoriam card on each seat that read, “She left a little sparkle everywhere she went.”  Models followed a sparkle path along the runway, and sparkle elements were incorporated into makeup and nail designs. 
 
 WHEN: Friday, September 7, 2018    11:00am  
 
WHERE:  New York Public Library - Celeste Bartos Forum    476 Fifth Avenue, New York City  
 
CELEBRITY FASHION CREDITS:  
 
ELIZABETH OLSEN wore the ‘Abstract Peony Dress' in jacquard denim, the ‘Glenn' platform sandal in black and the ‘Canteen' handbag in black  

PRIYANKA CHOPRA wore the ‘Bubble Dot High Neck Dress' in storm cloud with the ‘Amelia Floral Spade' bag in pale gold      

KATE BOSWORTH wore the ‘Flora Embellished Midi Dress' in iced grape with the ‘Nicola' small flap shoulder bag in flapper pink 

SUKI WATERHOUSE wore the ‘Satin Midi Dress' in antique blue with the ‘Dorie' bag in chartreuse 

GILLIAN JACOBS wore the ‘Marker Floral Sweater' in rhubarb jam, the ‘Spade Pocket Skirt' in rhubarb jam, the ‘Glenn' platform sandal in white, the ‘Dorie' bucket bag in white and the ‘Double Heart Earrings' in gold 

NINA AGDAL wore the ‘Pop Scallop Midi Dress' in iced grape 

JULIA JONES wore the ‘Silk Open Back Blouse' in chartreuse, the ‘Silk Midi Skirt' in chartreuse, the ‘Dale' kitten heel in black and the ‘Canteen' handbag in black 

WHITNEY PORT wore the ‘Lia Dot Drape Blouse' in peppy pink/rhubarb jam, the ‘Lia Dot Cotton Midi Skirt' in peppy pink/rhubarb jam, the ‘Glenn' platform sandal in vibrant canary and the ‘Nicole Bicolor' bag in roasted fig 

LEANDRA MEDINE wore the ‘Floral Spade Polo Sweater' in vibrant blue  

HEART EVANGELISTA wore the ‘Smocked Clip Midi Dress' in blue with the ‘Nicola Handbag' rococo pink  

YOSHIKO KRIS WEB wore the ‘Madison Avenue Deco Delancey Dress', the ‘Dania' boot and the ‘Nicola Handbag' in evergreen 



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