Though it seemed like Kate Spade was slowing down this March after they folded their lowerpriced Kate Spade Saturday and Jack Spade into their main line, it actually couldn’t be further from the truth. Recently the brand announced its expansion into the worlds of kitchenware, sleepwear, children’s clothes, and athleisure (you've got to have athleisure).
The kitchen accessories will be available at Macy’s in August under All in Good Taste and the company has struck a deal with the everpopular staple Magnolia Bakery to collaborate on four pastry-themed totes, bags, and clutches. Those will come out in October.
Mary Beech, executive vice president and chief marketing officer of Kate Spade & Co., told Fashionista, "Interesting women leading interesting lives are at the core of our brand. We aim to provide our customer with the products she loves for all aspects of her interesting life.”
Here’s a look at a few of the upcoming ways to let Kate Spade deck out your kitchen from flatware to cutting boards.