The Kate Spade Spring/Summer 2016 runway show went down Friday (September 11) at New York Fashion Week. And what the models put on display was a characteristically ladylike array of clothes, filled with preppy stripes, girly florals, and chic jackets. And, of course, it was all styled by It's a Brad, Brad World alum Brad Goreski, who put his touch on his last show for the brand. Ahead of the collection's debut, Brad chatted with The Daily Dish about what he thinks fashion-philes will love most about the looks.
"You are gonna wish that you can live in the world of Kate Spade 24/7," he shared about the flirty pieces. "You're gonna see lots of color. You're gonna see lots of print. You're gonna see all of the things we've grown to love about the Kate Spade girl." And what you saw in the collection is a reflection of what Brad thinks will be some of the bigger trends coming out of this week. "I think we're gonna see a lot of prints. I think prints are here to stay," he said. "And I think we're also going to see a continuation of the whole 1970's bohemian trend. I think that that's here to stay."
The show was, of course, bittersweet for the Fashion Police co-host as it marked the end of his four-year run with the label. "Today I styled my last show for @katespadeny after 4 amazing years there!" he wrote on Instagram. "Thank you @ladydeborahlloyd for all of the adventures! It has been fun living colorfully with you."
Hey, Brad, it's been a blast! Check out how the Fashion Police co-host partied the night away with Countess Luann to kick off NYFW earlier this week.