Hollow Yves (pronounced "Hollow Eve") is the bow around Alice's waist which appears during notifications that appear on the screen, primarily during upgrade screens. Hollow Yves means empty eyes Yves, is old and long gone word for 'eyes' or 'sight'.
Hollow Yves appears to be a bow, which has a skull clasped around the tie. It is attached to a fairly firm ribbon around Alice's waist. The skull itself is very long in shape and is a cream color that appears to decay mildly in certain areas. The cream of the skull matches the ribbon itself, but on Alice's dress it appears to be more of a while color.
Hollow Yves also takes the form of a bow, but this time is much more stereotypical and similar to a classic bow. The skull is replaced with what appears to be a green light (which doesn't appear to light up, but has the appearance of glass) that is surrounded by a yellow/bronze metal border. The bow is similar to steam-punk "bat" wings which stick out on either side of the "light". They are fairly torn and worn.
Hollow Yves is again replaced, but to fit the underwater themes of the Deluded Depths, the human-like skull has been replaced with that of the skull of an Angler fish. The main difference, however, is the filament that sprouts from the top of the fished head normally is on the chin of the fish instead, and is extremely elongated to an abnormal size, making Alice look as if she has a tail. From this, we can tell that the dead Angler fish is in fact a female, as females are the ones that tend to have the filament and large teeth (however, only some of the fishes teeth are elongated). The bow is replaced with a large, thick "whisker" type abnormality that is present on either side of the fishes head.
The bow is extremely similar to that of the original Hollow Yves design with some minor differences. The most notable is that the bow is not tied in its regular fashion and is much larger due to the fact the bow is based off of that of a kimono bow (and therefore is larger in size and more exagurated). This time, the Hollow Yves skull takes a green colour palette while the bow itself is pink. The face of the Hollow Yves is more similar to Asian art style, an Oni mask, and is possibly suppose to represent jade elements seen throughout the level.
The Royal Suit is the third dress to take on a skull as its bow, following the traditional Hollow Yves look. This time, to fit in with the Queensland setting, the skull has been morphed into what appears to be a grim heart-shape which is coloured in dark grey tones. Its eyes are a red colour, which tend to look as if they're glowing. Similar to the filament ending on the Sirendress. The bow itself is similar to the bow of the classic dress, and is a black colour which a matching golden pattern that man's itself around the edges of the bow and the hanging ribbons The pattern is simply of a golden line which is covered by another line of golden hearts.
The final dress takes the form of the original bow, but also borrows the colour scheme of pink from the Silk Maiden. Sticking to the idea of heads, but not skulls, the Misstitched dress uses a broken dolls head over the bows tie which has a button nose, empty eyes, a gaping mouth and purple-blushed cheeks. The skin tone is a white colour infused with grey tones and scratched.