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 consistent with the elegance and sophistication that’s built into the brand’s DNA. Looks ranged from an architectural seamed and draped fluted gown — the last word in minimalistic chic — to a glamorous fitted gown of Chantilly French lace over tulle and crystal paillettes.

By  on April 19, 2016

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 consistent with the elegance and sophistication that’s built into the brand’s DNA. Looks ranged from an architectural seamed and draped fluted gown — the last word in minimalistic chic — to a glamorous fitted gown of Chantilly French lace over tulle and crystal paillettes.

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