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Kate Spade Launches Diaper Bag Collection

01/06/2011 at 02:00 PM ET
Courtesy Kate Spade

Since they debuted in 1993, women from New York to Wisconsin have swooned over Kate Spade‘s simple handbags.

And rightly so — the designs are practical and stylish.

Now, the brand has created a line of baby bags in the same vein and we couldn’t be happier.

Standouts include the Splodge Dot Randi ($425, left) and the Dungarees Small Coal ($295).

Need a baby gift that will wow?

The collection also features the heirloom-worthy Baby Makes Three Birth Announcement Frame ($100) and a chic canvas with leather trim Brag Book ($85), which is available in black, red and blue.

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Miche on

Sigh…If only…
Maybe a great giveaway item (hint, hint)!!

Aimee on

Kate Spade has been making diaper bags for a long time – I own one and it’s 4 years old and I was promised it when I got married 9 years ago.

Indira on

That bag is really cute. I’d love to have it if i had an infant…but, I also like those diaper bags that are CLEARLY diaper bags…

B.R on

Way too much money for a diaper bag, I would much rather get a cheap on and put the rest of the money in the college fun for the child. I am sure they are comfy and last forever but still way to much money

M. on

You’re right Aimee, I have had my KS diaper bag for 5 years now (since our wedding)…. I love it and still take it everywhere. Though I no longer need the change pad it came with, the pocket now creates perfect room for a water bottle or compact umbrella!

Marla on

This is not new. She’s had a line for quite awhile. I bought mine six years ago and it’s still going strong (on kiddo #3). Mine wasn’t $400, which seems a bit high, but was around $300. If I would’ve gone cheapo, I probably would’ve had to buy 3 bags by now. Cute pattern, though.

Lauren on

Major Kate Spade fan-I have two regular purses of hers and adore them-but her diaper bag collection is nothing new. My godson’s mom used a Kate Spade diaper bag when he was a newborn five years ago. The one pictured is very cute though!

Kitten K on

I have two of the Kate Spade canvas tote diaper bags with phrases embroidered on the front and I love them! Most people can’t believe they are diaper bags when I mention it.

Her new collection looks to be a bit more handbag worthy though, which is even better for moms out there that don’t want to change out bags every time they want to run out without baby in tow =P

Audrey on

Who wrote this? Kate Spade has had diaper bags FOREVER. Mine is 2 years old, and I love it. I own several high end diaper bags, and hands down, it has the nicest, plushest, largest and easy to clean changing pad– it is not even a comparison. And everything is really easy to find in it. I know people who had diaper bags from KS, like, 8 years before I had mine, so, she’s been in the diaper bag market forever. I do think mine and those she’s brought out more recently seem nicer than those she made several years ago. Mine is wide and shallow and easy to see into; I had heard not-so-great things about those she was making 6-10 years ago.

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