Kate Spade’s Newest Book Teaches Readers How To Celebrate Life

“celebrate that! occasions” is designed to help women find something to celebrate every day of the year.

kate spade new york released their newest book, celebrate that! occasions, on March 22. The book picks up where their most recent book, New York Times bestselling hosting guide all in good taste, left off.  

The goal of the book is to inspire readers to take a step back and celebrate ALL of life’s moments, from the big things to those that are more mundane. Asserting that now more than ever we need to appreciate the good in life, celebrate that! is an essential guide towards recognizing meaningful moments and celebrating life. The book is made up of a collection of essays and photos, and also includes planners, checklists, how-to’s, and gift guides, making it a one-stop-shop to help readers embrace the power of community and find joy in the little things.  

An excerpt from the book

“We are a brand with a universal language of joy, optimism, and color that aims to meet our customer at each stage of their lives,” shared Liz Fraser, chief executive officer and brand president of kate spade new york. “Whether it’s facing a difficult conversation, making it through a challenging week, or reaching a new life milestone, we are inspired by the notion of finding the extraordinary in the every day.”  celebrate that! will teach readers to find something to celebrate every day of the year by teaching readers their own personal celebration language (their version of love languages), and giving them kate spade new york approved tips on how to make gift-giving more meaningful.  

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The book fits with the brand’s ethos of celebrating and supporting women as they live their “perfectly imperfect” lives. The hardcover book is published by ABRAMS, which in 1949 became the first company in the United States to specialize in art and illustrated book publication.

celebrate that! occasions is available now on katespade.com!

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