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My favourite looks from Honor Spring/Summer 2015 (see the rest of the collection here)
NYFW fashion week has officially arrived, and what better brand to start off with other than Honor? Its usual modern princess aesthetics were not to be missed in this gloriously sugar-coated show, and with a wonderful 46 looks there is something that will make even the most dedicated sportswear styled New Yorker salivate over. The main palette was simply white but combined shades of baby blue, vivid apricot orange, teal, and light rose which were all accentuated through soft symmetric patterns and quirky candy gumball buttons. Featured were a range of designs; varying from the retro with flared sleeves and prissy pussybows, working-woman oversized structured double breasted coats, and my favourite - tiered gowns fabricated like heavenly cakes with their sweet scalloped trimmings; and despite their differences all styles flowed freely exuding a youthful and angelic aura. The final finishing’s were dainty but had a big effect with ruffled edges and on most pieces an overlay of sheer tulle was added, giving off an airy feel and fluidity. Overall I completely adored this fun collection as each piece was so dreamily made but at the same time felt very down-to-earth, resulting in such a versatility currently unmatched by any other show this Spring/Summer season that it demands to be worn.

deprincessed:

My favourite looks from Honor Spring/Summer 2015 (see the rest of the collection here)

NYFW fashion week has officially arrived, and what better brand to start off with other than Honor? Its usual modern princess aesthetics were not to be missed in this gloriously sugar-coated show, and with a wonderful 46 looks there is something that will make even the most dedicated sportswear styled New Yorker salivate over. The main palette was simply white but combined shades of baby blue, vivid apricot orange, teal, and light rose which were all accentuated through soft symmetric patterns and quirky candy gumball buttons. Featured were a range of designs; varying from the retro with flared sleeves and prissy pussybows, working-woman oversized structured double breasted coats, and my favourite - tiered gowns fabricated like heavenly cakes with their sweet scalloped trimmings; and despite their differences all styles flowed freely exuding a youthful and angelic aura. The final finishing’s were dainty but had a big effect with ruffled edges and on most pieces an overlay of sheer tulle was added, giving off an airy feel and fluidity. Overall I completely adored this fun collection as each piece was so dreamily made but at the same time felt very down-to-earth, resulting in such a versatility currently unmatched by any other show this Spring/Summer season that it demands to be worn.

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14

Sep

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