Kate Spade's family is "disgusted" by her older sister's detailed comments about her battle with mental illness which they say show that she "didn't know" the designer "at all". Her company, Kate Spade New York, has more than 140 retail shops and outlet stores across the country, as well as more than 175 stores internationally.
But the website outdid itself on Wednesday, publishing a story bearing the remarkably tasteless headline: "Kate Spade's Self Destruction Mars Her Legacy as a Role Model".
Saffo said: "I will say this was not unexpected by me".
"I'd flown out to Napa and NYC several times in the past 3-4 years to help her to get the treatment she needed", Saffo wrote.
Saffo claimed that family members had tried to help Kate with her depression, but Kate had anxious about what a potential hospitalization would do to her "happy-go-lucky" image, on which she'd built her brand.
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Family and friends of designer Kate Spade are still mourning her shocking suicide. "She was so sharp and quick on her feet", he recalled.
"She could make me laugh so hard".
"I still cant believe it", he continued.
Spade also took to Twitter to post another picture of Kate supporting him at an event for the 2015 launch of his autobiography, Almost Interesting: The Memoir.
"I had just started in the fashion industry as an assistant and she was actually filling in as an accessory editor", Zee said. Eventually, in the late '00s Kate sold the company and it has bounced around from Neiman Marcus to Liz Claiborne to its current owner, Coach Inc since 2017 - but it's still stayed in favor with the fashion elite thanks to its whimsical vibe. She also shared that in one of the last conversations she had with her sister, Spade asked her to come to her funeral.
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