Color:Serene Pink - Image 1 - Spencer Leather Zippered Card Case Wristlet

kate spade new yorkSpencer Leather Zippered Card Case Wristlet

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$88.00
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Item #20121765
From kate spade new york, this card case wristlet features: 
  • Saffiano Leather 
  • Zip closure 
  • Interior: zip closure coin slot 
  • Exterior: 5 card slots, 1 slip pocket 
  • Approx. 5.2" W x 0.7"D x 3.5"H 
Imported.
DMS: 0286 207 PWR00278
it all started back in 1993, when kate brosnahan spade, a former accessories editor at mademoiselle, set out to design the perfect handbag. debuting with just six silhouettes, she combined sleek, utilitarian shapes and colorful palettes in an entirely new way. and so kate spade new york was born.

women and fashion editors fell for the fresh, modern sensibility, and our first shop in new york city swiftly opened in 1996. as the company grew, our graphic approach and trademark wit created a visual shorthand for a brand recognizable the world over.

in 2007, spade turned the reins to design powerhouse kate spade & company (formerly known as liz claiborne, inc.). shortly after, deborah lloyd took the helm as president and chief creative officer with an aim to broaden the line while honoring our rich history. along with ceo craig leavitt, she quickly launched clothing and jewelry collections, quickly followed by the introduction of bedding, legwear and fragrance.

today we’ve grown into a global lifestyle brand, and aim to inspire colorful living through our handbags and clothing to jewelry, shoes, stationery, eyewear, baby, fragrance, tabletop, bedding and gifts.

all the while, we’ve never lost sight of who we are: our spirited approach, commitment to curiosity and passion for sharing our colorful world still shapes all that is kate spade new york.

live colorfully

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