Celebrities react to Kate Spade’s death

Kate Spade committed suicide after husband sought divorce

"But she kept watching it and watching it over and over". 'I think the plan was already in motion even as far back as then'.

The post showed an screenshot of a quote saying: "She leaves a little bit of sparkle wherever she goes - Kate Spade". She was found dead Tuesday in the bedroom of her Park Avenue apartment, with a scarf around her neck, according to police.

While media outlets have reported that Kate Spade left a suicide note addressed to her 13-year-old daughter, Spade said he has yet to see such a note and is "appalled" that it has been shared with the media. I encourage you to become one of those people.

Julia Curry, a spokeswoman for the company, said that "Kate will be dearly missed" and "our thoughts are with Andy and the entire Spade family at this time".

Speaking to People, a source close to Spade's family refuted Saffo's account, claiming that Saffo has always been estranged from the family. Saffo wrote in an email to the Star, painting a very different picture of a woman who made her brand in the "happy-go-lucky" image of herself that many have paid tribute to in the 24 hours since Spade's death.

Saffo emailed a statement to the Kansas City Star to explain that her sister's suicide did not come as a surprise, as Saffo believed that Spade required in-patient care. "She definitely hid the truth of her intense suffering from so many friends, and in turn they had no idea she needed help".

'Just dear - but she was surrounded by YES people, for far too long, therefore she did not receive the proper care for what I believed to be (and tried numerous times to get her help for) bipolar disorder. stemming from her huge celebrity'.

"Now would you really go into someone else's office and say, 'Hey, hey, hey, hey, I've got to tell you something?' No, you'd say, 'Call me when you have a second.' So I've had to learn to be as respectful".

"I'd spoken with them on the phone (not telling them exactly who the patient would be)", Saffo said.

As for her final days, Shuter pointed out, "Behind the scenes, it was loneliness".

In a 2002 interview with Glamour, Spade said she wanted to be remembered for her personal attributes in addition to her business savvy. "I said we could talk about it all - our childhood, etc". "I love this pic of her".

Last year, Spade and her husband spoke with NPR's "How I Built This" about how they developed the company into a major lifestyle brand. She was just 55 years old, and her death is shocking, not just to the public, but to her own family members.

The body was found not long after 10 a.m., police said. But they did confirm that Andy Spade had moved out of the family home and was seeking a divorce from his designer partner.

The 27-year-old "Marvelous Mrs. Maisel" actress took to Instagram on Wednesday morning to share a sweet video of the late fashion designer dancing to a mariachi band with her husband, Andy Spade.

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