Broome Street in New York City’s Soho district may be home to some of the hippest bars, hotels and fashion stores in the Big Apple. It was also here that prepster brand Kate Spade New York had its first Soho outpost.
Now, it’s the name of the brand’s latest line of casual wardrobe staples. Mixing the more dressed down appeal of its now defunct Saturday line, with the feminine and peppy aesthetic of the brand’s main line, the collection ($100-$570) features shirts, cotton tees, denims, and chunky sweaters in a mostly monochromatic colour palette.
In short, these pieces form the perfect recession-free lifestyle wardrobe. Imran Jalal picks five key looks to own from the debut.