HONOR – NEW YORK F/W 2012 FASHION SHOW

NEW YORK FASHION WEEK FW12

NEW YORK FASHION WEEK FW12

NEW YORK FASHION WEEK FW12

HONOR – NEW YORK F/W 2012 FASHION SHOW

Honor’s designer Giovanna Randall, in creating her Fall 2012 collection, imagined a preppy young man meeting a woman from Argentina while studying abroad, and how their style would merge together.  The collection consisted largely of tailored dresses and separates, perfect for the fashionable city girl.  Huge rose and art deco prints were featured on streamlined silhouette in vivid pinks, purples, and blues.  Paired with bold, box-shaped handbags, and laid back styling, it’s no wonder Honor has started to gain a following with young starlets such as Alexa Chung and Kirsten Dunst.

Text by Emily Kirkpatrick



To celebrate the launch and encapsulate designer Giovanna Randall’s Spring/Summer 2012 collection, film-maker H. Spencer Young directed a short fashion film which will be released concurrently with the e-commerce launch. Shot in New York, where the brand does 100% of its production, the film renders Giovanna Randall’s inspirations to music by Here We Go Magic and Emeralds Debussy, and features models Anne Sophie Monrad, Kate K and Xiao Wen. Produced by Rachel Fleit, Director of Creative Development for HONOR and H.Spencer Young.

ABOUT HONOR: Giovanna Randall is the head designer and CEO of HONOR. An opera singer turned pre-medical student turned luxury designer, Giovanna trained at FIT before interning at CNC Costume National in Milan. Profoundly influenced by generations of her Italian and Welsh family — as large as it is close-knit — Giovanna named HONOR after her own adored sister, and her vision is infused with a heritage of fearless women, past and present. Giovanna’s approach places equal importance on creativity and principled business practices. Core to HONOR’s mission is a dedication to bringing industry back to Manhattan’s historic garment district, deference to the art of garment-making and fair treatment and wages for the extraordinarily skilled artisans who fashion them. “Being a good designer or even a great designer isn’t enough. You have to design the whole company.”

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