Kate Spade Hobo Bags

Kate Spade Leather handbag

Kate Spade

Leather handbag

$48
Good
United States

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Kate Spade Leather handbag

Kate Spade

Leather handbag

$55
Very Good
United States

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Kate Spade Leather handbag

Kate Spade

Leather handbag

$132
Very Good
United States

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Kate Spade Leather handbag

Kate Spade

Leather handbag

$85
New
United States

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Kate Spade Leather handbag

Kate Spade

Leather handbag

$165
Very Good
United States

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Kate Spade Leather handbag

Kate Spade

Leather handbag

$192
New With Tags
United States

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Kate Spade Handbag

Kate Spade

Handbag

$55
Very Good
United States

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Kate Spade Crossbody bag

Kate Spade

Crossbody bag

$93 $88 (6%)
Very Good
United States

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Kate Spade Leather handbag

Kate Spade

Leather handbag

$266
Very Good
United States

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Kate Spade Leather satchel

Kate Spade

Leather satchel

$72
Very Good
United States

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Kate Spade Leather handbag

Kate Spade

Leather handbag

$192 $148 (23%)
New
United States

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Kate Spade Leather crossbody bag

Kate Spade

Leather crossbody bag

$273
New
United States

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Kate Spade Leather tote

Kate Spade

Leather tote

$145
Very Good
Japan

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Kate Spade Leather handbag

Kate Spade

Leather handbag

$56
Very Good
United Kingdom

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Kate Spade Leather clutch bag

Kate Spade

Leather clutch bag

$80
New
United States

Vestiaire Collective

About Kate spade

Kate Spade was founded in 1993 by Kate Brosnahan Spade along with her husband Andy Spade. Based in New York City, the brand got its start by designing sleek, utilitarian handbags that stood out for their versatile, minimalist shape in a market dominated by loud logos.

The first Kate Spade handbag design was a simple boxy tote called the Sam, crafted of durable nylon with custom-made printed fabric lining. Its pared down, functional style contrasted with the ostentatious status bags popular in the 1990s.

Kate Spade's founding philosophy centered around creating bags that reflected the founder's own outgoing, playful personality. The aesthetic combines classic American styles with bold, bright colors and whimsical novelty prints inspired by Spade's travels and life in New York.

Over the years, Kate Spade has expanded its handbags into full lifestyle collections spanning ready-to-wear, shoes, jewelry, childrenswear and home décor. But it continues to innovate on its signature spirited, feminine style through novel shapes, materials like lucite and pops of color.

The brand's most iconic design remains the Sam bag, but other beloved styles include the rectangular Stevie and the top-handled Cedar Street. Novelty bags with quirky shapes like pandas or cars also capture the Kate Spade spirit.

In 1999, Kate Spade was acquired by Liz Claiborne Inc, facilitating its growth while retaining the Spade DNA. It has also partnered with other brands like Gap Kids on limited-edition collections pairing its bright prints with laidback staples.