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Kate Spade New York's Cabana Collection Will Make You Book a Summer Vacation Immediately

If you're already dreaming of pool days and weekend getaways, Kate Spade New York's Cabana Collection is going to be the fashion drop you need right now. The newest line is filled with woven bags, striped dresses, and statement heels worthy of a vacation somewhere warm. You'll see plenty of rattan wicker and sunshine motifs. Now is the ideal time to invest in these sorts of pieces before your schedule books up with summer festivities.

Kate Spade Welcomes Summer With Cabana Pop-ups

Click here to read the full article. Kate Spade has a new seasonal concept that celebrates the beginning of summer. This month, the company will unveil Kate Spade Cabana, a new seasonal concept that will return each summer, celebrating the spirit of escape that one feels at the start of summer.More from WWDKate Spade New York RTW Fall 2020The 56 Most Festive Last-Minute Gifts (For Stylish Procrastinators)Kate Spade RTW Fall 2016 The Cabana storyline will come to life through a series of pop-ups in New York City, London, Singapore and Malaysia. Starting May 20, in New York City, guests can step into...
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Kate Spade Owner Hasn’t Seen ‘Negative’ Impact Since Raising Prices

Click here to read the full article. Executives at Tapestry believes the company’s premium brands can get away with charging more for their aspirational products. This content is for Limited, SJ Promo- 40% off, Annual, SJ Promo 50% off, $2/ Week, $3 / Week, SJ Promo- 25% off, $15 a Month and SJ Test 1 members only. You can read up to five free articles each month with a Limited Level Subscription. Please visit the site and log in, or subscribe to read. More from Sourcing JournalApparel Fueled 21% Sales Growth at Dillard's in Q1Anything But Basic: Spending Slowdown Scrambles Retail OrdersUnder Armour Stung By Cancelled Orders, China ClosuresBest of Sourcing JournalDTC Explainer: Everything You Need to Know about Direct-to-ConsumerTariffs and Their Place in the American EconomyThe AEPC: Learning More About India’s Apparel Export Promotion Council
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Ulta Beauty’s Team Said They Have “Deep Respect” for Kate Spade After “Insensitive” Email

Fashion designer Kate Spade has been trending on social media after beauty company Ulta Beauty reportedly inadvertently referenced her death by suicide. In 2018, officials found Kate hanging in her Manhattan apartment at the age of 55. Following her death, Kate’s brand remains on the market, selling various items, including clothes, handbags, home essentials, and perfumes.
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Retailer Ulta Beauty apologizes for insensitive Kate Spade email

Retailer Ulta Beauty apologized Monday after it emailed customers to say "Come hang with Kate Spade" as part of a promotion for the luxury brand, whose eponymous co-founder hanged herself. The email to subscribers promoting Kate Spade New York's Sparkle fragrance on Sunday prompted criticism from some recipients, who noted...
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Ulta Beauty apologizes for 'very insensitive' email about Kate Spade

New York (CNN Business) — Ulta Beauty is apologizing for sending a newsletter to customers with a subject line containing a "very insensitive choice of words." In an email sent Sunday, the chain wrote "Come hang with Kate Spade" promoting the brand's line of perfumes. That prompted some subscribers to share the email on social media and ridicule Ulta for the subject line's apparent connection to the designer's death by suicide.
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Ulta Beauty apologises for ‘tone deaf’ Kate Spade fragrance promotional email

A beauty company apologised after an email was sent to customers promoting Kade Spade New York fragrances, that unwittingly referenced the late designer’s death by suicide.“Come hang with Kate Spade,” the company, Ulta Beauty, wrote in the email that was sent out to shocked customers on Sunday night, who quickly slammed it as “insensitive” and “tone deaf.”Ms Spade, 55, was found dead at her New York apartment in June 2018, with a coroner ruling her death as a suicide by hanging.“I cannot believe I got this email today. Is this some kind of sick joke? How insensitive and absolutely tone...
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