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When kate spade launched in 1993, an iconic American brand was born. The line began with sleek, utilitarian handbags, but has since expanded to clothing, jewelry, shoes, stationery, glasses, baby, and home. Whether it’s a stiletto or a note card, a passport cover or a brag book worth its name, each piece boasts a fun blend of functionality, wit, and playful sophistication.

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Sale Ended March 08, 2012

Passover Dinner Essentials

These biomorphic finger bowls, stylish platters, and sculptural trays are elegant building blocks for giving your Passover table a modern makeover. From metallic vases, to “Tattoo Lotus” plates, to sleek cutlery basics, there's plenty of color and shine here to make your feast a true standout.

Sale Ended March 07, 2011

A Red Carpet-Style Fête

Everything you need to throw an over-the-top glamorous awards season affair is here. Outfit yourself and your home with floor-sweeping gowns, dapper suits, sparkling jewels, elegant champagne flutes, and crystal serving bowls.

Sale Ended September 20, 2011

Dress Your Table Well: Flatware for All Occasions

This selection of flatware has it all: Scandinavian silhouettes, jewelry-inspired detail, and some of the best names in the business, including iittala, Mepra, Erik Bagger, and WMF. Accessory sets—including a trio of utensils in an ebullient green acrylic—are particularly perfect for gifting.

Sale Ended December 21, 2010

Last Minute Holiday Finds: $100 or less

Shop this handpicked selection of our finest tabletop, bedding, and glassware offerings available for under a Benjamin. Snap up John Robshaw block-print robes, a Munjoy Citrus coverlet from Errebicasa, or a cotton Kantha throw in brown Ikat from Couleur Nature. Fill your house with the scent of Manuel Canovas’ Ballade Verte eau de parfum—with notes of violet, Turkish rose, and ylang ylang—which was inspired by a French toile fabric. And—just in the nick of time—score a red snowflake stocking by Judy Ross to hang by the chimney with care.