What Kate Spade Meant To Me As A Person Who Struggles With Depression

What Kate Spade Meant To Me As A Person Who Struggles With Depression

So many women have a Kate Spade bag story, and they’ve shared them on social media in the hours since the designer’s tragic death on Tuesday. The “first adult job” designer splurge, the celebration of major life milestones, the gifts from boyfriends who didn’t last as long as the bags did. I bought my first Kate Spade bag in 2011 at age 28 ― not only did I have to save to afford the designer-lite price tag that made the bags such a hallmark of adulthood for many young women, but the bag that I coveted was an old one...

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