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Kate Spade Will Launch Fragrance-Inspired Capsule Collection

Image via WWD
Image via WWD

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Kate Spade New York will launch is latest scent Live Colorfully along with a capsule collection in April. Few details are available on the range, but judging by its advertising, the pieces will aid customers' efforts to "live colorfully" this Spring.

As for the scent, WWD reports that Elizabeth Arden has relinquished control of production to the Kate Spade brand. Company pres and creative director Deborah Lloyd, explains the move, saying, "We're creative control freaks. We know our girl so intimately, it felt natural to do it our way from start to finish."

"Live Colorfully" rollers will go for $24, 1.7oz sprays for $75. and 3.4oz bottles for $95 will be available, along with the capsule, at Nordstrom, Kate Spade stores, and their respective webstores.
· Kate Spade to Self-Launch New Fragrance [WWD]
· Kate Spade's New Lower Priced Line Looks a Lot Like J.Crew, No? [Racked]