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The grieving husband of fashion designer Kate Spade left his Upper East Side building Thursday morning — hiding his face behind a mouse mask.
Andy Spade threw on the bizarre disguise and left his Park Avenue home just after 8:30 a.m. — two days after his wife Kate was found dead in the apartment.
The article goes on to state the following:
The mask — Bernard, voiced by Bob Newhart in the 1977 cartoon movie, “The Rescuers” — depicts the fictional character with a grinning bucktoothed face, black whiske
Spade, 55, clad in a buttoned-up jean jacket, slowly walked to a waiting black Chevy Suburban while clutching a coffee mug and with a green notebook tucked under his arm.
He ignored a reporter’s questions.
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The grieving husband of fashion designer Kate Spade left his Upper East Side building Thursday morning — hiding his face behind a mouse mask. https://t.co/T4auxvSc8H
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