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Honor Honors New Yorkers for Children

Wednesday, April 27, 2011
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Honor Designer Giovanna Randall says of her new Meatpacking store: “ I want it to feel like a cozy apartment and make guests never want to leave.” The designer got what she wished for at her opening last night hosted by New Yorkers for Children (www.newyorkersforchildren.org).


While the walls were lined with the airy feminine Spring collection and DJ Alexandra Richards manned the music, the boutique was filled with ladies such as Lily Kwong, Olivia Sandelman, Ashley Wick and Stephanie LaCava. Amid the delicious organic Silkstone catering (www.silkstonenyc.com) and the endless champagne (“At these events there is always only Champagne or Vodka ” said Miguel Fabregas), The AVENUEinsider asked guests what Honor meant to them.  Un-phased by the beauty around him, the always gentleman Euan Rellie stated “Honor is never cheating on your wife,” while Melinda Elvenes a.k.a. Miss Norway 2010 said “Honor is loyalty.” With so much dedicated fervor, it looks like New York is going to be loyal to Honor for a long time.


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