- You may be sentimental of the past, but the future is just as fabulous with the Kate Spade New York™ Allen Street Raquelle over your shoulder!
- Made of leather.
- Top zip closure.
- Flat top handles with a removable shoulder strap.
- Front flap pocket with magnetic closure and buckle decoration.
- Brand name stamp and spade stud hardware.
- Flat base provides upright structure.
- Custom woven bookstripe interior lining.
- Interior features a back-wall zip pocket and front-wall slip pockets.
- Bottom Width: 11 1⁄2 in
- Depth: 5 1⁄4 in
- Height: 9 1⁄2 in
- Strap Length: 45 1⁄2 in
- Strap Drop: 20 in
- Handle Length: 10 in
- Handle Drop: 4 1⁄2 in
- Weight: 1 lb 15 oz
- Please note, the hardware color and interior lining may differ from the color shown in the photo.
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Kate Spade New York Allen Street Raquelle
Once I saw this bag, I knew I had to have it. I love the buckle design and ease of the front magnetic closure. The inside is lined with stripped black and white material and has an inside zipper on one side and two open pockets on the other. I have received many compliments with this bag. It is roomy but not too big; fits perfectly in my locker at work. The accompanying strap is detachable but is not adjustable. The bag's handle is a bit stiff, but like the other reviewer said, I hope it softens once I break it in. I noticed the leather body of the bag is not a tough leather like the Kate Spade Charlotte bag. Thus upon standing the bag slouches a little, but that's not a big deal to me. I am overall very satisfied with this purchase. Being a Kate Spade fan, I only purchase what I truly love and she has done it again! Thanks Kate!
- Chloe - customer
- from NYC
- March 16, 2013
I bought the Kate Spade Allen Street Raquelle in Toasted Almond as a workday commute bag and I couldn't be happier. It has a smart, timeless look to it, reminiscent of a classic satchel and easily fits a full size wallet, iPad with a thick padded a cover, keys, sunglasses and smartphone in the front pocket. I love that the front pocket has a magnetic closure, much more convenient than a true buckle, but it still has the distinctive buckle decoration. It's perfect for cross-body, over the shoulder or hand-held. Right now the leather is a little on the stuff side, I expect it to soften a bit over time with some wear. In fact, this style of bag should look good "broken in" as it has a bit of a vintage vibe to it. I love the gold Kate Spade embossing and the signature spade which is hardware, though I imagine the embossing may wear off over time.
I'd also recommend: Kate Spade, Camper, Marc Jacobs
- Anonymous - customer
- from New York, NY
- March 2, 2013