Doo.Ri RTW Fall 2010 / NYCFW Day-03

Doo-Ri Chung savvily executed the idea of opposites, countering her signature draping with sharp tailoring and military touches. The first two looks, a sharp navy blazer with a gently draped hem worn over slim pants and a severe, stretch satin shirtdress that fell into a swirled skirt, were among the collection’s best. The lineup felt more substantial than her recent outings. Strong jackets and slick pants with military flare struck a subtle power chord for daywear. Likewise for the ample bursts of color — bright red and multicolored crystal embroideries on cocktail dresses, furs and leggings, which Chung said were a new, and more durable generation of the popular embellished tights she showed in the fall.

© by WWD / Photos by Thomas Ianaccone

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