July 01, 2007 New York
Doo-Ri Chung branched out for resort. The jersey girl's new knitwear came in the form of an easy, dolman-sleeve sweaterpaired with high-waisted, pleat-front shorts for a tomboy lookas well as a cropped and fitted button-front vest that dressed down a warm-weather cocktail number. There was an air of the twenties in a drop-waist, flapper-esque dress, but the designer also revisited the forties, emphasizing the waist via elongated skirts and a belted, full-skirted trench. Of course, no collection of hers would be complete without pretty, gathered-at-the-neck tops and dresses; this season they came in shades of khaki, nude, and pale pink.
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