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Keds x Kate Spade Will Make You Crave Bright Sneaks All Over Again

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    Hearing that Keds is launching a new collaborative collection is so exciting, it’s almost like hearing that Tinseltown is a real-life shop in NYC! With previous experience working with Happy Socks, Taylor Swift, Madewell, and many more (including us!), Keds has been killin’ it with every single one of its group projects.

    Suffice it to say, we turned pink with happiness when we heard about the upcoming Keds for Kate Spade New York collection. We’ve had polka dots and bold stripes in our eyes since the release of the initial partnership and can’t wait for the launch of the new collection in February ‘13. Colorful, feminine, and fun, the sneakers will arrive just in time to celebrate Kate Spade’s 20th anniversary.

    For those of you as in love with the collab collection as we are, note that it'll be available in Kate Spade New York stores, Nordstrom, and Nordstrom.com. With prices ranging from $75 to $85, we’re thinking we may snag multiple pairs for ourselves and ourselves all our besties.

    Photo: Courtesy of Keds

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