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Kiki Layne, Sadie Sink & Julia Garner for Kate Spade New York Spring 2019

Fashion Blogger Catherine Kallon features Kiki Layne, Sadie Sink & Julia Garner for Kate Spade New York Spring 2019

To celebrate her Spring 2019 debut collection for Kate Spade New York, Creative Director Nicola Glass tapped actresses Julia Garner, Sadie Sink and KiKi Layne, to star in all Kate Spade New York campaigns for 2019.

Now this is a campaign that has been perfectly cast. The three new faces personify Nicola’s brand promise of optimistic femininity: empowered confidence with an easy, sunny sensibility.

The campaign was shot at the at the Floating Farmhouse in Eldred, New York by famed photographer and long-time brand collaborator, Tim Walker, and styled by Sara Moonves.

Inspired by the idea of a spontaneous gathering of friends and the joyful, spirited celebrations that ensue, the intimate moments of a girl’s weekend away is the backdrop for the Spring 2019 campaign, bringing to life the optimistically feminine world at the heart of Nicola Glass’s new vision for the brand.

Feminine silhouettes nod to the ‘70s and 40’s; colours 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.

Credit: Kate Spade New York by Tim Walker

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2 Responses to Kiki Layne, Sadie Sink & Julia Garner for Kate Spade New York Spring 2019

  1. Camilla January 17, 2019 at 6:59 am #

    The pictures are really lovely, but true, perhaps Kiki didn’t have to be twice wearing a turban, and one of the other girls could have been styled with one too.

  2. CreoleLady January 16, 2019 at 8:30 pm #

    When I saw the headline, I was very hopeful. Unfortunately, the first image in the clip was of Kiki Layne in a turban and attire reminiscent to me of a modern Aunt Jemima. The fact that she opens the door and the last image of the clip is of the two other women with Kiki no where to be seen made me think “servant” and that was the charitable interpretation.

    Finally, it’s a good thing she found that key and she is with two white women. She might have had the police called on her for being in the neighborhood.

    I am surprised at myself for being so harsh. It’s only an ad. And I like turbans if well done. But that initial Aunt Jemima image hit me like a thunderbolt and it was downhill from there.

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