New York:  Doo.Ri is a New York veteran, cementing her reputation on minimal shifts and a monochromatic color palette. This season, she continued experiments with twisted fabric details and draped jerseys. Known for figure flattering yet directional dresses and tops, the designer added constructed, cropped safari blouses and sheer, sequin-scattered shifts for S/S 11. A trend for peplums or mini-corsets has appeared, and Doo.Ri layered hers over nude, body hugging long sleeved dresses. Tanks with gathering at the hip seemed similar to pieces debuted at Cushnie Et Ochs earlier this week, while blurry prints were less successful. This collection’s most versatile looks were the least statement making, finding value in masterful fitting techniques and no-nonsense neutral colors.

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