Inspired by the freshness of spring, the Kate Spade spring/summer 2016 collection is filled with loads of floral patterns, Sixties vibes and pop art influences, ultimately making us dream of warmer weather and longer days. To better embody this notion, Kate Spade has just released one of its most adorable and delightful campaigns ever. The Kate Spade spring 2016 campaign features some of the most iconic models of the moment (plus a Dalmatian), including Kate Spade’s favorite muse Iris Apfel and Jourdan Dunn which definitely help add an Andy Warhol-approved pop art touch to the entire collection.
Photographed by Emma Summerton, who indeed managed to perfectly capture Kate Spade’s iconic New Yorker style, the eclectic cast also includes photographer Syrie Moskowitz, author Karley Sciortino, fashion illustrator Robert W. Richards, musician and composer Jon Batiste, and artist, actress, and model Anh Duong. It is thus the perfect model squad made of modern and unique personalities, whose main goal is to celebrate humankind’s diversity and boost our confidence with the idea that we should never hide our inner self, no matter how ‘colorful’ it might be.