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December 20, 2018 3:55 pm
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Rachel Brosnahan continues to show her love and support for her late aunt Kate Spade’s fashionable work. The 28-year-old star of The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel carried a tan doctor bag by Frances Valentine, the accessories label Spade launched in 2016, to attend a New York Knicks game at Madison Square Garden on Monday with husband Jason Ralph. The “Finley Tote,” which is currently on sale for $195 from $295, accessorized the star’s casual look, which featured a  Lingua Franca sweater embroidered with the words “Don’t Be Mean,” black jeans, and a pair of boots.

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Brosnahan has been vocal about how much she loved her aunt, who tragically died by suicide in June 2018 at the age of 55. (Brosnahan’s father is Kate’s brother.) Recently, the star opened up about how her castmates gave her the time and space she needed to grieve her aunt’s death.

Brosnahan’s co-star Alex Borstein previously told PEOPLE that the set hit pause in support of their lead star. “We kind of shut down production for a little bit so she could go and be with her family,” Borstein said.

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Meanwhile, the second season of The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel dropped on Amazon on December 5th, and the show itself tells the story of persisting despite unforeseen setbacks. “The show is equal parts fantasy and reality…in some ways it’s aspirational too… She finds herself anew. It’s never too late to do that,” Brosnahan said after her Emmy win. “If you told me five years ago that I’d be playing a stand-up [comic] on television I would have told you to sit down. But I’ve always wanted to play complex and interesting and grounded women, and this is an opportunity to do that.”

If you or someone you know is considering suicide, please contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255).

This article originally appeared on People.

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