Fernanda Ly strikes again with Kate Spade for Fall 2017
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Fernanda Ly strikes again with Kate Spade

Head back to the roaring 20s ala Parisian style with Fernanda Ly and Kate Spade.
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From discovering the Mexican flair in summer, Fernanda Ly strikes again with Kate Spade as she traverses through New York City to find the spirit of Parisian beauty.

Inspired by the roaring 20s of Paris this season, the coming Fall 2017 Kate Spade New York collection is a tribute to heroines who defy expectation and three original rule-breakers were chosen to be the reference points.

And these three include Louise Brooks, the iconic symbol of the flapper; le coquelicot (“poppy” in French), a mysterious and bold local beauty painted by Kees Van Dongen; and finally, Josephine Baker, an American who followed her dreams to Paris and became a global jazz age icon. 

So in spirit of the rebellious Parisian attitude, Kate Spade casts Fernanda Ly in an eclectic shoot in a New York diner for its Fall 2017 campaign.

Having just returned from Paris, Fernanda stops at a classic New York diner for steak frites, wearing the latest Kate Spade collection.

On the campaign with Fernanda, President and Chief Creative Officer of Kate Spade New York. , Deborah Lloyd says, “Fernanda captures our brand aesthetic perfectly, and truly embodies the Kate Spade New York girl. This season, she helps us turn an everyday occurrence into an extraordinary moment of joy.” 

And right now, we have exclusive behind-the-scenes images of the shoot for your delight! Enjoy.

(Swipe below to see all the images of the campaign shoot)

 

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