Kate Spade's husband acknowledges her fight with depression

Kate Spade's husband acknowledges her fight with depression

Kate Spade's husband acknowledges her fight with depression

The designer met her frequent collaborator and future husband Andy Spade in the mid-1980s, when both were students at Arizona State University working in the same clothing store, they told The Impression, a fashion publication.

He went on to explain that, the night before her death, he had spoken to her and she seemed happy.

Spade, born Katherine Noel Brosnahan, was best known for her namesake brand of high-end modern handbags that grew to incorporate other womenswear.

The death of the 55-year-old star designer, whose body was found Wednesday in her Park Avenue apartment, "was not unexpected by me", Spade's older sister Reta Saffo told The Kansas City Star from her home in Santa Fe, New Mexico. He contradicted earlier claims that Spade had been self-medicating with alcohol, that she left a note behind for her daughter, and that the motivation for the suicide was the couple's pending divorce. While he hasn't seen a note, Andy says he's appalled that a private message to their daughter was "heartlessly shared with the media".

He also says the two had been living separately, but had not discussed divorce.

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Andy Spade said he had conversed with his wife the night before she was found dead in her Manhattan apartment and she "sounded happy". In the NPR interview, she said she was "a little more confident" about starting a new business the second time around but still felt the pressure to deliver a great product. She loves spending her time outdoors as much as possible.

Bea was living with both of us and we saw each other or spoke every day.

Anthony M. DeStefano has been a reporter for Newsday since 1986 and covers law enforcement, criminal justice and legal affairs from its New York City offices. "Kate loved Bea so very much". "Long before we talked about 'authenticity, ' she defined it". Andy is the brother of actor and comedian David Spade. They returned to the fashion world in 2016 by founding Frances Valentine, which was partly named after Frances Beatrice. She shares photos of family and friends and dining out out in tony restaurants, and taking wine tours. "I would never do that, ' and I believed her".

"There was a moment when you couldn't walk a block in NY without seeing one of her bags, which were just like her; colorful and unpretentious", Wintour said in a statement.

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