Designer Kate Spade died at the age of 55 on Tuesday in what police are ruling a suicide.
Her death comes as suicide rates are climbing precipitously in the US across all ages and genders.
The suicide rate among teenage girls is the highest it’s been in 40 years, and the rate of suicides among men between aged 45 to 64 has also increased drastically.
Kate Spade’s death has sent shock waves through the fashion community. The prominent designer reportedly hanged herself in her New York apartment on Thursday, leaving behind a chilling note for her 13-year-old daughter.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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