Honor The Gift gets cosy for its Holiday 2023 collection 

Honor The Gift gets cosy for its Holiday 2023 collection 

by Ollie Cox
2 min

Los Angeles-based streetwear label Honor The Gift has launched its Holiday 2023 collection, championing the home and its impact on our lives. 

The collection pays homage to the foundations that the home provides, with features such as memorable furniture, prints, couch covers and drapes helping to shape the designs. The men’s output sees chain link patterns combined with floral detailing and applied to work jackets alongside pink-dyed denim sets, graphic tees and varsity jackets nodding to the LA roots of the label. Structured outwear arrives in the form of overcoats poised and ready to shield its wearer from the world outside of the home.

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For the women’s offering, we see layered long-sleeved crop tops, the same chain-link pattern across feminine silhouettes, as well as robes and evening dresses, which reflect the range of activities that can take place within the home, from lounging to living it up. Pink cotton half zips were paired with matching sweatpants, shot against the backdrop of a domestic setting, with curtains closed and the soft light of floor lamps providing a gentle contrast and sense of calm.  

Honor the Gift was launched in 2017 by NBA superstar Russel Westbrook as a way for him to further his love of fashion. The brand is designed with the inner city in mind, founded on self-belief and dedication, encouraging wearers never to stop working towards their greatness. The brand’s core concepts are quality, purpose and storytelling, all extending into the construction of garments and their presentation in the physical spaces they occupy. 

Honor The Gift’s Holiday 2023 collection will be available from October 19 in stores and online

Cover image credit: Honor The Gift

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