Enjoy a little "Behind-The-Scenes" video shot by Sherri at the Doo.Ri show!
A few of our favorite looks from the runway:
Read what Style.com is saying about the collection:
"Doo.Ri" and "draping" are virtually synonymous at this point, whether Doo-Ri Chung likes it or not. For the past few seasons, the designer has been kicking against her reputation as New York's draper extraordinaire and emphasizing her collections' tailoring and knits. Today, however, Chung came home to herself, helped along by the inspiration of Butoh dance and its poetry of motion. This collection boasted some of her strongest draped silhouettes in a while, notably the twist-top blouses and dresses. Here and elsewhere, necks were high, which gave the form-fitting silhouettes an air of barely suppressed sexiness. A sleeveless ink-blue wrap dress with a twist top, for instance, came off like something Halston might have produced after a stint at a Buddhist monastery.
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