Honor Fall/Winter 2014

Dana Reszutek and Ariana DiValentino

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As snow began to fall in front of the entrance and playfully mysterious music began to play, models drifted around the space at Eyebeam showing off the equally playful and intriguing designs of Honor’s Fall/Winter 2014 collection. With a deep color palette and classic detailing, the display exuded the distinct feel of a dreamlike Polish winter.

Dark floral, black and saturated red silks and satins comprised the majority of pieces, punctuated by the occasional soft pink, blue, or white dress in chiffon. Prominent collars and pleated cuffs and hems created a doll-like feel, magnified by the milkmaid braids worn by models with intricately detailed scarves reminiscent of babushkas.

Models sported black, pointed suede flats or heels, with a classic mary jane strap, as they walked down the runway in flowing skirts and dresses. A notable piece presented was a pink gown, with an embroidered plastic caplet, that took a classic silhouette and modernized it through choice of textile. Other looks were embellished with bright, floral appliqués adding a further light, and playful feel.

 Honor’s collection was reminiscent of old Eastern European styling, with a modern and romantic twist. With a light, airy color palate, from this collection’s standpoint, this coming fall will be far from dreary.

 Ariana DiValentino is a senior editor, and Dana Reszutek is the beauty & style editor. Email them at [email protected] and [email protected]nyunews.com.