Introducing Honour Apparel

Introducing Honour Apparel

Honour Apparel was founded in 2019 by Sydney based stylist Talia Kersh, who wanted to create a collection of effortless pieces for women to wear everyday, yet special enough to covet for. The collection features minimal and timeless pieces, with a focus on versatility, ease and comfortability.

Talia, who has worked as an editor and stylist in the fashion industry for the past 15 years was used to long days on her feet filled with meetings and travel, and with the birth of her two children the need for a no-fuss wardrobe became even more essential. She found she was always on the hunt for key pieces that she could mix and match, wash and wear and dress up or down. Pieces that were also simple enough to work back with her wardrobe essentials and tie into her minimal style. Thus, Honour Apparel was born!

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Timeless designs are engrained in the Honour Apparel design philosophy, with all designs based around silhouettes that will last season after season. The brand does not look to reinvent the wheel each season, but instead focus on adding pieces that might be missing from the Honour Apparel wardrobe and identifying a clear usage for each style before adding to the range, steering clear of seasonal trends.

Offering everyday pieces ideal for our Aussie summer, the collection is made from 100% cotton, with a crinkle like appearance similar to a muslin, that is lightweight but without being sheer and perfect for travel or thrown over swimwear.

We also love how these pieces can be easily dressed up by adding an earring, necklace and elevated sandal.

The dress designs have optional ties at the front that can be closed to offer more coverage or left open. Also offering separates, these pieces can be easily worked back in with the rest of your wardrobe or styled together for a complete look.

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Honour Apparel has sustainability built into its core design philosophy. The entire range is made from 100% cotton, with no mixed fibres to make it viable for recycling. Their factory in China is a member of Sedex, one of the world's leading ethical trade membership organisations, and are proud of their supply chain transparency and responsible business practices. They are also a factory that takes pride in outsourcing their dyeing and printing to partner factories, which are OEKO-TEX certified.

In a timeless colour palette of black and white, we know that these pieces will be loved and worn for seasons to come.

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