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As if Kate Spade weren't busy enough already, the brand is rolling out a new collaboration—and we literally mean rolling. The clothing and accessories designed with New York-based artist Craig Redman for Fall 2013 will be available on a traveling kiosk/truck beginning this Saturday.
If mobile shopping the KSNY x DARCEL (the name of the one-eyed character that appears in many of Redman's designs) collab that includes shirts, bags and jewelry isn't enough for you, the truck will also be serving mini donuts. We think that's appropriate, since a lot of the artist's designs also involve food. Visitors can also use the Snaps! app to upload Darcel graphics onto selfies that will be streamed to a screen on the truck—use the hashtag #wheresthatgirl when uploading the image to social media.
The truck will be starting its journey in Soho and travel throughout the city through Sunday before heading to Los Angeles next weekend. Check out the gallery above to see some of the designs that will be available.—Laura Gurfein
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