Doo. Ri



Doo-Ri Chung implemented one key design detail that remained consistent throughout her S/S 10 collection: the feminine ruffle. Known for her light-handed touch with origami-like construction, Doo-Ri’s folds and flounces seemed to balance the dichotomy between hard and soft and light and shadow, in a misty palette ranging from silver lining to moonless night. Duchesse satin, silk chiffon, tulle and lurex-infused lamé that was embellished with liquid mercury strands created a delicate symphony of elegance. Cropped jackets, ruffle-hipped shorts, draped minidresses, silky shells and a cascade-collared blazer used multiple layers of fabric and draping for new dimensional effects. The coveted bejeweled hosiery from last season made a reappearance, but in a sheer, sparkly multi-striped pattern.

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