The word “edit” was the inspiration for Charles W. Bunstine II’s collection. He said he looked to thousands of images — his own, from the media, etc. — of fashion, art and more to help capture a mood that would shape the lineup. Focusing on timeless beauty and sensuality, the designer showed intricate lace ballgowns with matching jackets, draped confections with a drop-waist bodice and minimal architecturally seamed dresses for a modern take on bridal.

The word “edit” was the inspiration for Charles W. Bunstine II’s collection. He said he looked to thousands of images — his own, from the media, etc. — of fashion, art and more to help capture a mood that would shape the lineup. Focusing on timeless beauty and sensuality, the designer showed intricate lace ballgowns with matching jackets, draped confections with a drop-waist bodice and minimal architecturally seamed dresses for a modern take on bridal.

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