May 23, 2019 | By Alice Gividen
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Honor’s Fall 2012 collection explored a new and experimental visual texture created via layering patterned sheers over bold prints. Though black served as a chromatic canvas for many of the looks, there was no shortage of dynamic color use. Confident citrons, cobalts, and vermilions took center stage in the form of a sweater’s bold stripe, a pleated-trouser jumpsuit, and a collarless double-breasted reefer coat. For evening, a demure modesty could be found in a symmetrically printed organza dress (with its long sleeves and jewel neckline) worn over a strapless duchesse satin gown; for day, a belted sweater and coordinated scaled-organza pencil skirt made office-ready feel ultra-cool. – Kibwe Chase-Marshall
Silhouette: Tailored / Fluid / Straight / Long and languid / Maxi / Boxy
Color: Black / Citron / Cobalt / Magenta / Vermilion / Pink / Nude
Key Items: Sheer dress with coordinated print underpinning / Pleated jumpsuit / Belted jewel-neck sweater / Tuxedo short-suit / Stitched-crease trouser
Materials: Silk crêpe de Chine / Charmeuse satin / Devore organza / Wool gabardine / Lurex-woven matelasse / Silk georgette / Crochet stitch
Print + Pattern: Geo-scarf print / Gridded dots / Mirrored Floral / Variegated stripe
Details + Trim: Pleating / Contrast satin lapel / Faux fur sleeves / Fish-scaled pleating
Accessories + Footwear: Platform loafer pump / Satin flat loafer / Hard box-clutch / Hard box-briefcase / Medium-width belt
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