Tie-neck blouses cut from airy chiffon, teeny florals spinkled all over demure skirts, and clashing heavy tweeds and plaids all speak to that statement-making drama, but with a dash of theater-geek quirk.
And for a collection that's so heavily influenced by music, it made sense that it was staged in the iconic Rainbow Room overlooking all of Manhattan, with each model in a circle atop a rotating turntable. "We're a New York brand and we wanted an iconic New York venue," Lloyd says. "What better place to put our girls in?"
For Bosworth, the Rainbow Room holds more meaning than the venue of a New York Fashion Week show. "My dad used to take me here when I was little," she reminisces. "So it's a neat opportunity to be back here for the Kate Spade presentation. It's nostalgic."