August 28 2014

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Made of Honor


Giovanna Randall went into labor with her first child the day she presented her debut Resort collection for Honor. That, if anything, is a testament to the designer’s hardworking nature. Inspired by Roy Lichtenstein’s midcentury pop art, Randall layered a custom horizon print over gradated polka dots and showed the graphic combination on the lineup’s standout piece: a cotton organza spaghetti-strap shift with a translucent overlay that appeared to float over the body (pictured). It particularly stood out in the Kate Young-styled lookbook, themed “the Honor woman takes a staycation,” shot in the lush Carroll Gardens backyard of Randall’s personal interior designer, Fawn Galli. Staying true to form, the designer focused her attention on the rich, high-quality fabrics she was working with. A knife-pleat, A-line skirt in a creamy shade of key lime was cut from a coated silk so substantial, the skirt actually stood up on its own when placed on the studio floor. Referencing her quirky Lichtenstein-esque pattern and subtle tailoring details like laser-cut illusion double collars, Randall told, “These clothes are a reminder that both beauty and oddity surround us at every turn.”

Photo: Courtesy of Honor

Louis Vuitton Partners With Italian Film School, Second Round Of Versace For H&M Sold Out On the First Day, And More…


Louis Vuitton has formed a three-year partnership with Italy’s oldest film school, Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia (Italian National Film School), in an effort to “perpetuate handcrafted artistry.” For the first year of the relationship, there will be a costume workshop focusing on the design of the late seventeenth century. [WWD]

If you thought you were going to get your hands on the latest Versace for H&M collection, think again. Following the insane buzz surrounding Donatella’s first round of designs for the brand, the second collection debuted online and in Europe today and guess what? It’s reportedly already sold out. [Huff Po]

Art titan Larry Gagosian is being sued for over $14 million for allegedly selling off two pieces of art that he “had no right to sell.” According to the complaint, Gagosian bought a Roy Lichtenstein work from the artist’s “Girl in Mirror”series without the owner’s consent from her son, and now the original owner is contesting the purchase and Gagosian’s sale of the art. [Page Six]

To mark the 190th anniversary of the invention of the chronograph, Montblanc joined forces with director Wim Wenders on a film contest. Contenders have until tomorrow to upload their one-second video or share a “compilation of the clips” on [WWD]

Photo: Huff Po