kate spade new yorkSullivan Street 5" x 7" Frame

  • Sullivan Street Frames
  • Sullivan Street Frames
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kate spade new york Sullivan Street 5" x 7" Frame

$50.00

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Details
  • Basic photo frame with elegant corner scoop accents.
  • Silver-plated metal with coordinating neutral mat.
  • Tarnish-resistant coating.
  • 7"W x 9"T; holds 5" x 7" image.
  • Imported
Designer
About kate spade new york:
In 1993, former magazine accessories editor Kate Brosnahan created a sleek black handbag under the label kate spade new york that became famous around the world. In 2007, Deborah Lloyd, formerly of Banana Republic and Burberry, took the helm as president and chief creative officer with an aim to broaden the line while honoring its history. Craig A. Leavitt joined shortly thereafter to realize the global potential of the brand that now has dozens of retail shops, a thriving e-commerce business, and boutiques around the world and has grown to include shoes, jewelry, fragrance, eyewear, hosiery, tabletop, paper, and women's ready-to-wear.

 


kate spade new yorkSullivan Street 8" x 10" Frame

  • Sullivan Street Frames
FREE shipping on orders of $50 or more with code OCTOBER. Excludes overweight, oversized and bulk packaged items. Other exclusions apply. For details, click here.

kate spade new york Sullivan Street 8" x 10" Frame

$75.00

Architectural Digest Preview
Free Shipping

Online Inquiries: HCF17_H5X52

Details
  • Basic photo frame with elegant corner scoop accents.
  • Silver-plated metal with coordinating neutral mat.
  • Tarnish-resistant coating.
  • Imported
Designer
About kate spade new york:
In 1993, former magazine accessories editor Kate Brosnahan created a sleek black handbag under the label kate spade new york that became famous around the world. In 2007, Deborah Lloyd, formerly of Banana Republic and Burberry, took the helm as president and chief creative officer with an aim to broaden the line while honoring its history. Craig A. Leavitt joined shortly thereafter to realize the global potential of the brand that now has dozens of retail shops, a thriving e-commerce business, and boutiques around the world and has grown to include shoes, jewelry, fragrance, eyewear, hosiery, tabletop, paper, and women's ready-to-wear.

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