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Kate Spade is that one particular brand that knows how to create and offer a wide variety of girly, dainty and feminine bag choices that women across the world couldn’t just resist. This Street International Carry-On is no exception.

Take a look at it and tell us why you like it instantly. Is it because of its size, perfect for short-term vacations? Is it the black color, which is universally flattering? Or does your liking have something to do with the ornate flower pattern? Either way, it’s a cute and beautiful multifunctional flower carry-on bag that we would love to take with us as we hop from one country to another.

A carry-on suitcase with wheels making it perfect for traveling, it also has an adjustable sliding handle and dual hold handles, exterior zipper compartment, interior elastic straps with clip closure and a 24 karat gold plated hardware.

The material on the other hand is matte nylon with crosshatched leather trim with quick & curious lining. It measures 20.9′ x 13.8′ x 9′ (H x W x D) inches and is priced €538. It is available through Kate Spade’s online boutique.





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Photo: Saint Louis Fashion Incubator

Just about everybody, it seems, is dabbling in designer incubators these days, with this very website reporting on a new accelerator program more often than we can keep track of at times. Since January, L'Oréal, H&M, Topshop, Tory Burch and Sephora have all announced plans to launch fellowships for up-and-coming talents in the fashion and beauty industry, with surely more on the way very soon. 

The latest offering in this field is one of the most intriguing yet — the Saint Louis Fashion Incubator (SLFI), which is now accepting applications for its inaugural class of six designers. Backed by both the Saint Louis Fashion Fund and Washington University in St. Louis's Olin Business School, the two-year program is set to provide financial support and educational opportunities, as well as a free 7,500-square-foot workspace in the city's garment district, to its chosen members.

And no, you're not alone in thinking that the 300,000-person city isn't exactly known to be a hotbed of fashion activity (I'm from the Midwest! I get it!), but the SLFI is working to change just that. The program has recruited an impressive roster of panelists to select incubator participants, including Fern Mallis, Refinery29 Global Editor-in-Chief Christene Barberich and SCAD School of Fashion Dean Michael Fink. Missouri-native Eric Johnson, formerly the "fashion czar" of New York as the vice president of fashion and arts at the city's Economic Development Cooperation, will serve as the SLFI's executive director. 

Between the city's significant arts community, a commitment to its fashion scene and a notably low cost of living, Saint Louis is, objectively, a healthy place to build a design business. It's not like SLFI members will have any trouble finding models to appear in their ensuing runway shows, presentations and lookbooks, either — the Midwestern borough has churned out quite a few top models in recent years, including Karlie Kloss, Molly Bairand Devon Windsor. 

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