Giovanna Randall’s collection for Honor was an odd affair. She usually shows quirky evening clothes that are beautifully and intricately made. But this season, the eccentric factor went a bit too far with costume-y silk dresses, overly precious details and shapes that came across more dated than vintage. A significant exception was the tulip-patterned jacquard, which Randall consistently rendered in strong and simple shapes, such as an ivory-and-black tent coat and floaty gown.

Giovanna Randall’s collection for Honor was an odd affair. She usually shows quirky evening clothes that are beautifully and intricately made. But this season, the eccentric factor went a bit too far with costume-y silk dresses, overly precious details and shapes that came across more dated than vintage. A significant exception was the tulip-patterned jacquard, which Randall consistently rendered in strong and simple shapes, such as an ivory-and-black tent coat and floaty gown.

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