Kate Spade New York looked to the Big Apple for inspiration for the brand's Fall 2013 collection, not-so coincidentally falling on its 20th anniversary. Andy Warhol's Factory sex appeal and Studio 54's "undone" glamour informed the collection's mix of metallics and leopard prints, all with Kate Spade New York's signature wit and whimsy. Complete with yellow taxi cabs in the backdrop, creative director Deborah Lloyd showcased slim trousers, flirty full skirts, and dresses doused in cheeky prints and cheery hues. Smart short suits; ladylike, jeweled-collar blouses; tweed jackets; and chic colorblocked coats tempered Lloyd's vivacious mood, supplying her fans with fun workwear options. For the party crowd, Llyod's glitter top and pleated flounce skirt are sure to turn heads at the next fashion soirée. Are you that girl? Click on to see Kate Spade's complete Fall '13 line.
— Additional reporting by Chi Diem Chau