Charles W. Bunstine II played with dimensions this season, creating a collection filled with beautiful draping and controlled volume. Working with only the most exquisite fabrics, such as French lace and Italian duchess satin, taffeta and jacquard, the designer created a variety of gowns to complement many different types of women, but each dress was […]
— April 19, 2016
Charles W. Bunstine II collaborated with Lesage on the embroideries for his fall bridal lineup.
— October 12, 2015
In his spring bridal collection for Anna Maier, Charles W. Bunstine II experimented with new materials and added a touch a color.
— April 20, 2015
Charles W. Bunstine II’s fall collection’s show notes cited a mix of inspirations, including the complexity and craftsmanship of Charles James’ work.
— October 13, 2014
Inspired by the glamour of Forties Hollywood, Charles W. Bunstine II showed an elegant collection.
— April 14, 2014
The word “edit” was the inspiration for Charles W. Bunstine II’s collection.
— October 15, 2013
Each gown was cut and draped in classic shapes but expressed a different mood via different elements.
— April 24, 2013
Daring details set the tone for the designer’s new collection, such as the black floral embroidery down one side of a white duchess satin column gown.
— April 12, 2011
Layered ballgowns with cinched bodices dominated at the show.
— October 25, 2010
The Anna Maier/Ulla-Maija collection featured a variety of gowns with beautifully draped full skirts and two short princess-cut dresses.
— April 12, 2010