An elegant note sounded through Anna Maier’s Collection 46 as designer Charles W. Bunstine II focused on fabric and shape for fall. Bunstine showed a number of stretch duchesse satin gowns with architectural seams that  hugged the body, with a dramatic juxtaposition of asymmetrical shapes and lines. His softer side featured exquisite lace worked into sophisticated looks, such as a long-sleeve, off-the-shoulder gown. Bunstine also showed some color this season, including navy blue and plum, that added to the polished sophistication of the line.

By  on October 10, 2016

An elegant note sounded through Anna Maier’s Collection 46 as designer Charles W. Bunstine II focused on fabric and shape for fall. Bunstine showed a number of stretch duchesse satin gowns with architectural seams that  hugged the body, with a dramatic juxtaposition of asymmetrical shapes and lines. His softer side featured exquisite lace worked into sophisticated looks, such as a long-sleeve, off-the-shoulder gown. Bunstine also showed some color this season, including navy blue and plum, that added to the polished sophistication of the line.

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