Runway Report: Honor Fall 2015

As the lights dimmed at Honor for their Fall 2015 collection, the scene was certainly set. The sound of birds chirping and wildlife fluttering played through the speakers while a life sized tree stood front and center with a carved out doorway and faux mushrooms attached, an ideal setting for the woodland nymph models to ascend the runway in Giovanna Randall’s whimsical collection.

The looks were ultra feminine almost to the point of cutesy but somehow still all grown-up in only the way Randall could produce. The accessories certainly played a part as metallic headbands and colored tights added to the youthful vibe while a velvet woodland jacquard featuring deer and posey’s was utilized throughout the collection appearing on black and white dress coats, dresses and even t-shirts. There were certainly some Honor staples present like scalloped detailing and gowns made of Mikado while a breadth of organza pieces like a tomato blouse with a pleated bib and a matching flowing maxi skirt provided a great soft romantic vibe against some of the more severe construction.

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