Called Beverly Hills, this Watters dress creates an architectural shape.
"This dress is so unexpected, filled with pleats that turn in every direction. It is a modern way to create volume and grandeur," says Kevan Hall.
This season's Simone Carvalli won't be resting on bridal laurels.
This design evokes modern day glamour.
This two-piece gown was inspired by Florence.
The designer was inspired by flower petals to create modern classic gowns.
Inspired by lace and romance, this Johnna Ho v-neck dress is called the "Sandy"
"This season I wanted to explore a more modern floral interpretation," says the designer.
The designer drew inspiration from the Woodstock era.
The designer reworked an illusion neckline from the Fall 2011 runway collection for this gown.
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