For being built in a collection that draws inspiration from the easy and drippy silhouettes of the early 1900s, Honor’s idea of resort for 2014 couldn’t have translated to a more modern, more relevant display of garments. Giovanna Randall’s ultra-feminine vision never fails to excite and this season it came baring full sleeves, accordion-pleated skirts, loose shapes and delicate neck-tie blouses.
The subdued palette of colors was influenced by Paul Cornoyer’s Madison Square After the Rain, a painting that also stands for turn of the century charm. A bright pink, a few splashes of yellow, alongside beautiful blurred floral prints complemented the airy feel of the collection. Ranging from gorgeous suits featuring boxy jackets, to dainty day dresses, cocktail frocks and ethereal evening gowns, the line-up was imagined as an extended wardrobe filled with pre-spring essentials.
Ending up in a black and white note, with floor-sweeping gowns of rare beauty, Honor’s resort 2014 collection proved that it hid both a strong concept, and a seducing spirit that melted in absoluteness.
You can see all of the Honor resort 2014 collection by clicking on a thumbnail on the left. From there you can browse through each of the pictures from the collection.