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Kate Spade put the sparkle into New York Fashion Week Friday, paying tribute in a riot of color to the handbag brand's founder, three months after her tragic death.The new creative director, Northern Ireland-born Nicola Glass, was already working on her debut collection when 55-year-old Spade, who founded the company with her husband, committed suicide in June.The collection was rooted in the brand's DNA: color, fun, joyfulness for spirited women, sophisticated and feminine, yet wearable from day to evening. Kate Spade's spring-summer 2019 is one of pale lilac, hot pink, dark green, chartreuse, florals and print, with block-heeled sandals and knee-high boots, and liberal use of the spade symbol.Glass never met Spade in person, but hailed her as a role model woman, entrepreneur and designer.
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