As soon as Giovanna Randall’s first look walked out, it was all over. We were enamored. Several small fans were stationed at the start of the runway, and as Solomon Burke’s “Cry to Me” (which you may recognize from a very memorable Dirty Dancing scene) began to play, they created an intentional Marilyn Monroe moment with the first look: a paisley silk organza cupcake dress, but without the coyness. The model just stood their for a second, letting it happen. It took our breath away, inspired the audience to applaud and set the tone for the rest of the show: unadulterated gorgeousness via sweet ‘60s glamour with a sense of humor. Apparently, someone cried at Honor’s first show and while that sounds like a rather extreme reaction to clothes, we totally get it now. The clothes were so precious, delicate and beautiful, it was hard to believe they were real.