Today I have some fresh news from Honor brand and it's new Resort collection. Label's designer Giovanna Randall was inspired by the 1990's long and drippy silhouettes and American Impressionist Paul Cornoyer's painting Madison Square After the Rain (a very beautiful painting by the way), which inspired her to use the color palette of white, black, golden-yellow, pink and blurred floral prints. Collection's shapes vary from evening to day with ultra-feminine silhouettes. Here are showcased neck-tied blouses, high-volume skirts below-the-knee pencil skirts, boxy blazers paired over a knee-length skirts, gowns with leather details at the bust. There were evening outfits that could be used as bridal dresses, including long white gowns with smocked chiffon capelet shoulders.