Kate Spade’s death surprised many both in the fashion world and for fans of her designs. According to Business Insider, sales of the founder’s brand have gone up since her death. Parent company, Tapestry, reported strong fourth-quarter earnings, exceeding expectations. Not only that, but share prices when up by as much as 12 percent. Although Spade founded the brand she has not been involved for more than a decade. https://www.businessinsider.com/kate-spade-sales-surge-2018-8 http://www.wochit.com This video was produced by YT Wochit Business using http://wochit.com
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Kate Spade's Lasting Legacy: Inside the Designer's Trailblazing Career and Private Pain - 24News 💖 Please Click Subscribe or Click here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCm4G5fzCG48gwc5TYZdIs7g?sub_confirmation=1 💖 #KateSpade, #LastingLegacyInside, #Designer, #TrailblazingCareer, #PrivatePain -------------------------------------------------------- After Kate Spade’s tragic death on June 5, her family, friends and fans are honoring her legacy while trying to understand the pain that led to the iconic designer’s suicide at the age of 55. “We knew Kate had her problems and demons,” one friend tells PEOPLE in this week’s cover story. “But no one would have ever expected her to do this.” The fashion industry vet, who sold her eponymous company in 2006, then returned to the design spotlight two years ago with her accessories line Frances Valentine, was born Katherine Brosnahan on December 24, 1962, in Kansas City, Missouri. After graduating from Arizona State University, she moved to N.Y.C. in 1986 to work as a temporary assistant on a magazine photo shoot. She rose up the masthead, eventually landing the title of accessories editor, but not content just to feature others’ designs, Kate left the magazine in 1993 to launch Kate Spade New York from her home alongside then-boyfriend Andy Spade, combining her first name with his last a year before they wed. The initial launch of her signature boxy handbags (with the labels stitched on the outside, a last-minute decision that caught buyers’ eyes) revolutionized the accessories industry in the ’90s. Kate’s bags “helped shape the aesthetic moment of the time — simple but meaningful and functional,” says CFDA president Steven Kolb, who adds that the designer, “changed the way women—and the world— viewed American fashion through her signature, playful lens on design.” Adds former CFDA executive director Fern Mallis, “She was as adorable as her accessories were. She and Andy were very much in the front lane of the fashion universe.” Three years after it launched, Kate Spade New York was a $5 million business, with her original collection’s designs still among the brand’s bestsellers. (Since her death, sales of original Kate Spade bags have skyrocketed on resale sites including thredUP and Poshmark.) “If you can’t keep wearing the things in our line, then we feel we made a mistake,” Spade told PEOPLE in 1996, as her label achieved tremendous success. In 2006, Kate and Andy sold their company to Neiman Marcus, banking $92.6 million for what they had built. Their daughter Frances Beatrix, called Bea, had just been born, and Kate stepped back from the industry to focus on being a mom – a break that would last for a decade. “It was so natural for me to get involved in my daughter’s school, her playdates and baking,” Kate told PEOPLE during an intimate sit-down interview at her Park Avenue home in 2016. Spade was by all accounts a dedicated mom and very much the effervescent personality she lent to her namesake brand, which is why friends and fans alike were shocked when a housekeeper arrived June 5 to find Kate alone and unresponsive in her bedroom. The New York City’s medical examiner’s office officially declared the designer’s a suicide. Her husband, Andy, 56, revealed on the day of her death that Kate had been in treatment for... 💖 I do not own any images. For information on copyright infringement, please contact: email@example.com 💖 I will always put your website backlink and recommend them here: 💖 Licence: ✅ Adventures by A Himitsu https://soundcloud.com/a-himitsu ✅ Creative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported— CC BY 3.0 ✅ https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ ✅ Music released by Argofox https://youtu.be/8BXNwnxaVQE ✅ Music provided by Audio Library https://youtu.be/MkNeIUgNPQ8 Thank you for watching!!!
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Kate Spade stepped away from her brand a decade ago. But what happens now? retail, kate spade, designer, death, frances valentine, givenchy, alexander mcqueen, l'wren scott, brand, fashion, succession https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCd4_4MPV20qVj80Rm_cQHOw?sub_confirmation=1 The Kate Spade brand is owned by Tapestry, which also includes Coach and Stuart Weitzman. (Michael Nagle/Bloomberg) The Kate Spade brand could survive the death this week of its co-founder because Kate Spade the designer handed over the reins to her company years ago. But Spade’s suicide could compound the difficulties facing her newer label, Frances Valentine. Spade, who died Tuesday morning, co-founded her namesake company 25 years ago, bringing color and whimsy to a handbag market filled with dark leather goods. But she sold a majority stake to Neiman Marcus in 1999 and stepped away altogether in 2007. The brand has traded hands twice since and now belongs to Tapestry, the parent company of Coach, which bought it last year for $2.4 billion. “Kate Spade the brand now transcends Kate Spade the person, which is how you know this is a truly successful brand,” said William McComb, the former chief executive of Liz Claiborne (later renamed Fifth & Pacific), which owned the Kate Spade line from 2006 to 2017. “Kate created something that was simple and stylish, modern and fun — and that’s what continues to this day.” The brands that have endured the deaths of their namesake designers typically had already moved on years earlier. Hubert de Givenchy, whose little black dresses were closely associated with Audrey Hepburn, died this year, but in 1995 stepped down from his fashion house, which had recently been sold to French luxury giant LVMH. Yves Saint Laurent also handed over the reins of his label and sold it to another French luxury group, Kering. When Alexander McQueen died in 2010 at age 40, his fashion house was quick to name a successor: Sarah Burton, who had worked with McQueen for many years. The Metropolitan Museum of Art unveiled an exhibit celebrating McQueen, and the brand’s loyal customers kept coming back. “Let’s be honest: All founders die,” said Milton Pedraza, chief executive of the Luxury Institute, a market research firm in New York. “But if your brand has great DNA — Apple, Alexander McQueen — then there’s already a great foundation to build upon.” But other brands whose founders died while they were still in charge haven’t fared so well. L’Wren Scott’s clothing line, for example, was dissolved 18 months after her 2014 death. Coco Chanel’s death in 1971 left her label in a 12-year slump until Karl Lagerfeld took over in 1983. The stock price of Kate Spade’s parent company, Tapestry, faltered on Tuesday before recovering later in the week. Spade’s laid-back sensibility and penchant for bright, bold colors have continued to drive much of the brand’s aesthetic over the years. There was a possibility, some said, that the price of original Kate Spade products — her signature Sam bag, say — could climb on resale sites like eBay in the coming days, or that there could be a temporary spike in web traffic to the company’s site. “Does this create a huge media buzz that drives more people to the Kate Spade website? Who knows,” said Brian Yarb
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David Spade Opens Up About 'Rough Week' in First Performance After Kate Spade's Death - News Today David Spade,Death,Kate Spade,Movie News,News,Style News David Spade is returning to the stage following his sister-in-law Kate Spade‘s death. On Friday, three days after the beloved designer died of an apparent suicide, the 53-year-old actor and comedian performed his first stand-up comedy set since hearing the news. “Thank you for coming. It was a rough week, but I didn’t want to cancel and I appreciate you all coming out here,” he told the crowd at Brea Improv Comedy Club in Brea, California, on Friday, according to E! Online. “And if my jokes don’t work then I get sort of a free pass,” he joked. “Thank you for coming out, I appreciate it.” David is also scheduled to perform at the comedy club on Saturday night. David previously paid tribute to the designer on Tuesday, hours after news of her death was made public. “Fuzzy picture but I love it. Kate and I during Christmas family photos. We had so much fun that day. She was so sharp and quick on her feet. She could make me laugh so hard,” wrote David, who is the brother of Kate’s husband of 24 years and Kate Spade New York co-founder, Andy Spade. “I still can’t believe it. It’s a rough world out there people, try to hang on,” David added. Sharing a second tribute on Twitter, David wrote, “Katy at my book signing. I love this pic of her. So pretty. I don’t think everyone knew how f–king funny she was…” The New York Medical Examiner’s office declared Thursday that Kate’s death was suicide, two days after she was found dead at her Park Avenue home in New York City. In a statement to the New York Times, Kate’s husband and business partner Andy revealed the late designer suffered from depression and anxiety and was actively seeking help. “There was no indication and no warning that she would do this,” he said of her sudden death. “It was a complete shock. And it clearly wasn’t her. There were personal demons she was battling.” Andy and their 13-year-old daughter Frances Beatrix have also asked for privacy as they cope with their loss. “Kate was the most beautiful woman in the world,” he said in the statement to PEOPLE. “She was the kindest person I’ve ever known and my best friend for 35 years. My daughter and I are devastated by her loss, and can’t even begin to fathom life without her. We are deeply heartbroken and miss her already.”
Almost All of Kate Spade's Last Designs Have Sold Out: http://www.instyle.com/news/kate-spade-bags-frances-valentine-sold-out. Thanks for watching, subscribe for more videos: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCStnChYQHsa2Uhl-y121BdQ?sub_confirmation=1 Shortly after was on Tuesday of an apparent suicide in New York, fans of her eponymous brand took to social media to pay tribute to the late designer, recognizing her work and the impact she left on the American fashion industry. In the following hours, the designer's most loyal fans also proved their love for Spade in the one way they know best: buying her products. pers flocked to—the brand she created in 2016—in hopes of getting their hands on the items she created last. As of Wednesday morning, nearly every one of the 64 pieces in the “” section of the website had sold out, with only strappy metallic sandals ($345; ) available for pre-order. The hard-to-get accessories include two-tone canvas totes, whicker handbags (a favorite of the late Spade's), and turquoise-tinted jewels. Alternatively, you can find more designs at . Though she no longer has a stake in her namesake brand (she sold her share of the brand in 2007), is a similar accessories company featuring Spade's signature, poppy and feminine aesthetic. The brand had never disclosed its profits, however in the 2 years since its launch, it has not gained quite as much steam as her first label. It appears that may change in the wake of her death. “My grandfather, father, brother, and my daughter’s name is Frances. And then Valentine was my mom’s dad’s middle name because he was born on Valentine’s day,” she told WWD in November 2015 of how she named the brand. She also changed her name to Kate Valentine in 2016 to avoid confusion with her namesake label. RELATED VIDEO: Rachel Brosnahan Pays Tribute to Her Aunt with a Dancing It’s heartening to see so much support for Spade in the wake of her death. #Almost, #KateSpade, #LastDesignsHaveSold #AwardsEventsNewsCelebrityFashionShoppingAccessories, #latestKateSpade
Mom's Heartfelt Letter About 5-Year-Old Daughter's First Trip to a Kate Spade Store Goes Viral - New Death,Fashion,Kate Spade,News,RIP,Style,Style News Kate Spade‘s legacy lived on long after she stepped away from her namesake company, Kate Spade New York, in 2007. The late designer touched so many people across the world, including one mom who paid tribute to Spade in a now-viral Facebook post about the special experience of bringing her five-year-old daughter to a Kate Spade New York store for the first time. Heather Delaney penned the heartfelt letter written to Spade, which has since been shared thousands of times on Facebook alone, just hours after news broke that the accessories designer died of suicide on Tuesday in her N.Y.C. apartment. During a family vacation to Florida, Delaney decided it would be the perfect time to take her daughter to the Kate Spade New York store for her first “Kate Spade” experience just days before her sixth birthday. “Dear Kate spade, almost four years ago, during a family vacation to Florida, I decided it was time to take my daughter, Elle (who was two months shy of six years old at the time), for her very first Kate Spade experience,” Delaney started the letter. “The night before, I couldn’t sleep. My husband would laugh as we laid there in the bed, me jumping with excitement, in anticipation of her and I getting matching bags the next morning. This was a serious mama dream come true.” In her mind, the mom envisioned the adorable matching mother-daughter moment they would have from then on as her daughter would “get the crossbody; I would get the full size. Brilliant,” she wrote. But ultimately, her daughter had a different idea. “So the next morning, we walk in. I show her the white ones. The black ones. The legendary stripped ones. nope. nope. nope. None of them appealed to her ‘style’, she told me. (don’t take offense, Kate. Versace would have a hard time pleasing this one.),” Delaney said. “Then, she saw it. The first Kate Spade item that she would call hers. Her face would light up, and her eyes would go wide. She fell in love…with a pair of black, furry earmuffs. That’s right, a pair of freaking black, furry earmuffs, Kate. (I mean, does anything scream ‘Canadian’ more than going into a Florida store, and buying a pair of earmuffs?! #theanswerisno).” “The store lady proudly boast that this would be the first pair of earmuffs that they ever sold, and told Elle that she would smile for days just because of this sale. (And just like that, my dreams of matching mother/daughter purses went down the drain, as Elle laid her earmuffs proudly on the counter. Should’ve seen this coming.) But she was smiling. The sales lady was smiling. And even I, jaded by the loss of a new purse, was smiling.” Delaney continued saying, “Kate, I’m sorry that we could not bottle that up for you. I’m sorry that we could not bottle up every grin, every laughter, every happy heart that walked through your stores. I’m sorry that we could not gather every smile that you put on a humans face, whether it was because they just found the most loveliest brooc
Iconic handbag designer Kate Spade dies at 55, and voters head to the polls for California's statewide primary election.