With a front row that included the likes of Tennessee Thomas, Sarah Sophie Flicker, and Michelle Harper, one might have worried that Giovanna Randall's Honor label had suddenly switched horses and become very, very downtown. However, as the first looks — frothy, uber-full skirts in georgette, lace, and lace-like prints — came floating down the runway, it became very apparent that there was no chance of that. And thank goodness. The world needs more pretty for pretty's sake, and that was precisely what Randall delivered.
Dresses and skirts were the mainstay here, and most came in the label's signature girlie silhouette: high necklines and skirts that flared from the waist in a cupcake cloud of organza and pouf. Ruff collars, flutter sleeves, and oversize chiffon bows also made appearances, as did neon jacquard and intricate lattice-work, the latter of which was draped web-like over open backs and on the hems of belled sleeves. And for those downtown girls in the front row? High-waisted shorts and wide-legged, V-neck jumpsuits trimmed in high-tech glitter vinyl.