North Africa Nuance in the Midtown of New York in Kate Spade Spring 2017 Campaign

North Africa Nuance in the Midtown of New York in Kate Spade Spring 2017 Campaign – Kate Spade features a unique impression in the latest advertising campaign. Kate Spade Spring 2017 collection is inspired by dusty desert plains of Moroccan spiced with patterns of lanterns and the tranquility of oasis in the Majorelle Gardens.

A Chinese-Australian model, Fernanda Ly who is famous with candyfloss pink locks is the face of the brand. The unusual view in the campaign that took place in the middle of New York is featuring camels strolling along with the model.

The chemistry between Fernanda Ly with camel representing North Africa is so strong and became center of attention in the midst of New York city. Fernanda Ly was wearing a fuschia dress with black outer and the camels were carrying several Kate Spade’s bags and accessories on his back.

Deborah Lloyd, President and Chief Creative Officer of Kate Spade New York said, “This season is inspired by the extraordinary country of Morocco and we’re thrilled to have brought this to life in a distinctively kate spade new york fashion, right here in our own backyard “.

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