Kate Spade Love Letters Bag
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Kate Spade Love Letters Bag
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As a fan of the brand’s novelty bags, I’ve been following the new Drops closely season after season for many years, and one of the standout designs that I immediately remember is the Admit One Theater Ticket Clutch. , the ‘Chocolate Heart Bag’, the ‘Champagne Bucket Bag’, the ‘Typewriter Bag’ and the ‘Chocolate Box Clutch’, all of which are great arm treats for Valentine’s Day – and every other special day of the year!
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However, when Nicola Glass took over as Creative Director from Kate Spade over three years ago, she was determined to refine the house’s existing codes of playful femininity and novelty. That meant I started seeing less of those cute, wacky designs I’ve long been a big fan of and more of the practical, everyday kind of bags.
So imagine my excitement when I recently spotted this special design in Kate Spade’s seasonal catalogue. While not brand new, this reinterpretation of the Yours Truly Mailbox Bag from three years ago is right up my alley – less subtle and dated, but funnier and more up-to-date!
The new Yours Truly 3D Mailbox Bag is shaped like a classic American mailbox with a two-way zip closure and is made from smooth black currant Italian leather with a champagne faille lining and an inner pocket with snap button tab. The foil embossed Kate Spade New York logo sits atop a 3D heart and a “Letters” pocket that cleverly holds a vintage-inspired envelope. Aside from taking me back to my younger days of sending letters in similar wrappers to my pen pals, here it says, “I wish you were here! xx’, holds cash and cards, and is attached to a detachable gold chain!
Measuring 18.4cm (H) x 17cm (W) x 7cm (D), it’s small enough that it looks cute when carried or worn as a crossbody bag, yet roomy enough to carry a lot more than your stack of love letters can hold. Cell phone, wallet, car and house keys, mints, scrunchie, compact powder, lipstick, whatever – check, check and check!
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Suicide is always terrifying, but the Kate Spade brand is built on happiness, sunshine, bright colors, gentleness and sweetness. As actress Mindy Kaling tweeted Tuesday, “You couldn’t walk into her boutiques and not smile.” Spade and her husband Andy repeatedly claimed in their interviews before selling their eponymous label a little over a decade ago that the brand is a Extension of Spade’s personality, all cheerfulness and lightness. Sure, Spade projected this in interviews and photos, where she played a clever double game by coming across as a cheerful ’50s fantasy and a savvy, modern businesswoman. The sudden glimpse of the blackness that lay behind it all, and how hard Spade must have worked to hide it for the sake of her brand – she seemed happy and vibrant, although she must have often felt different – was shocking and heartbreaking.
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So many labels are based on the appeal of the designer’s personality, from Karl Lagerfeld to Phoebe Philo, but Kate Spade was different. First of all, the brand is up-and-coming but far more accessible than most designer names, which is why a Kate Spade bag – available for a fraction of the price of a Chanel bag – was the first chic handbag for so many women. Spade wasn’t about elitism: when you step into their stores, you don’t feel intimidated — you feel welcome.
Her original commercials that made the brand famous featured women walking their kids to school, chatting with their friends, or eating with their husbands—but always looking perfect. She shaped the filtered, Instagram world 20 years before Instagram was invented. She was a deeply creative woman who invented an entire aesthetic. She seemed to live up to her brand: You’ve never seen pictures of Spade looking sour at celebrity parties in a black tie like you do most designers. Instead, you saw her smiling and holding her husband’s hand as they walked the Upper East Side in New York City. We thought we knew her.
Spade isn’t as well known in the UK as she is in the US, where her brand is huge (it was sold to Coach for $2.4 billion just last year). That’s probably because her look is one of idealized Americana. The clothes — all bright and feminine and damn chic — feel like they’re straight out of the ’50s, but with far more flattering cuts than anything anyone wore in the Eisenhower era. For example, many of Michelle Obama’s most popular outfits came from Kate Spade. Whenever I have some time in South West London I pop into the Kate Spade store just behind Peter Jones in Chelsea and gleefully gaze at the shelves of pretty cardigans and chic patterned dresses; I imagine if I bought this retro boxing bag I would look like a young Jacqueline Bouvier too.
Spade created clothes for women who value style over fashion, and she treated them with respect. She taught them the joy of simple aesthetics. She understood what women wanted and gave them better versions of it because she had old fashioned tastes but a modern eye. That’s a smart combination.
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Spade came about at a time when a woman to carry her own eponymous brand was relatively rare. Sure, there were Donna Karan, Carolina Herrera and Miuccia Prada — and Coco Chanel before them — but they were very different propositions. Spade was half a step closer to the mass market and there were only a few well-known designers making clothes for this target group at the time. That’s another reason why so many women felt close to her. Her name was one of the few female names in our closets.
As many women have shared stories online about their first Kate Spade handbag as music fans have, reminiscing about the first time they heard a song by a recently deceased singer — and that’s the way it should be. It was part of our lives and part of the cultural landscape for a generation. She made us feel that the perfect life is definitely within reach. How devastating to find out that it felt the exact opposite to her.
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