Kate Spade’s Travel-Inspired Spring/Summer 2014 Collection

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Kate Spade does it again as its mod-style presentation for New York Fashion Week breathed an impressive collection of deco-print dresses and ’60s-inspired silhouettes, all with a vivid color scheme fit for Spring/Summer 2014. We also spotted some amazing clutch bags!

Kate Spade Spring/Summer 2014 - Mercedes Benz New York Fashion WeekKate Spade spring/summer 2014 presentation for the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in New York City on September 6, 2013

The collection is actually themed around Creative Director Deborah Lloyd’s trips to European cities. No wonder we see a little bit of everything in the mix, such as Paris’ romantic architecture, Monaco’s races, and Capri’s Mediterranean culture. With the help of Brad Goreski’s styling prowess, the presentation successfully reached its target — the hearts of everyone.

Kate Spade creations by Creative Director Deborah Lloyd inspired by her travels to European cities

Kate Spade creations by Creative Director Deborah Lloyd inspired by her travels to European citiesKate Spade creations by Creative Director Deborah Lloyd inspired by her travels to European cities

Check out our favorite dresses below!

1. Black and white but hardly boring, this dress looks like a revamp on the vintage-style fit and flare, except that it has an empire waist and an intricate print of what looks like a wrought iron gate.

 Black and white but hardly boring

2. This satiny blue dress is perfect for special occasions, such as weddings or soirées. Its haltered style goes well with its straight top and flared skirt, and that strip of white gives it that mod kick. We hope it comes in other jewel tones.

This satiny blue dress is perfect for special occasions

3. Monaco’s Grand Prix inspired this square-print dress, which features a straight silhouette and a pleated skirt. It’s almost like a tennis outfit, but we’d rather wear it for walks in the park or a Sunday brunch. Plus, that wide-brimmed hat tops it off perfectly.

Monaco's Grand Prix inspired this square-print dress

Credit: Jeff Grossman / WENN

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