Bouwer’s eveningwear collection showed incredible strength with its posh empire waists and tons of shine. Opting for long, dresses fit for a queen and maybe a princess his pieces move beyond the delicacey of pretty and into the realm of Hollywood siren, (sans the celebrity skank).
Color Palette: The shine in his collection makes his pale yellow, champagne, pearl, peach, white, and silver as bold as his fire-engine red, maroon, luscious teals and saturated black.
Key Looks: Shine, shine and shine more shine is what binds this collection. In an homage to the royalty of Old Hollywood and Deco-inspired color and details, he features hemlines of all lengths. Similarly, he features empire waists, the svelte curves of the classic dinner dress as well as what seem so be some flapper-inspired pieces. He glams it up with little fur frocks, belted coats and even manages to include the uber-glam zebra coat.
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