Latex takes centre stage in new Honour collections
Posted: January 31, 2013
Honour has introduced two new latex collections, Hint of Noir and Please Me – Pin Up. The firm says its stylists have been inspired by Asian and European designs where the slim, sleek, and promiscuous style has boomed in the last few years.
Honour has been using latex since the company was formed back in 1988 and a spokesperson for the company stated: “With celebrities such as Beyoncé and Gaga following in our footsteps of design principle and embracing a style which accentuates the female figure whilst maintaining sexual modesty – we are seeing a resurgence of latex gracing the red carpets, catwalks and awards ceremonies and consequently an incensed popular desire for the material.
“Honour’s Hint of Noir selection is a fine example of this – combining elegant sleek designs with raw edgy undertones that draw influence from the Japanese fashion scene where themes of anime and manga are prominent in slim-fit designs. The skin-tight fabric enhances the curves and contours of the body whilst the layered black/opaque colour scheme combines to create a moody, smoky impression which is rich in attitude and high in sex appeal.
“In contrast to Noir, the Please Me – Pin Up range was inspired by French 1950s’ styles that embraced the theme of cabaret and burlesque with a modern Western futuristic and apocalyptic twist. The range features polka dot and striped panelled themes with a black and white colour scheme in order to optimize the promiscuous nature of the designs whilst maintaining elegance and discipline in its simplicity.”
Honour says that 2013 will be an exciting year for the company as it continues to look to new and innovative ways to dominate the market trend and challenge the perceptions of common boudoir attire. For more information visit www.honour.co.uk