There were a lot of really beautiful looks at Doo.Ri, but our favorite by far had to be the purple, printed pajama-like shirt and pant set. Of course we are biased--we loved the trend on the runways last season, and we're happy Doo.Ri is keeping it going--and executing it well, no less. Our only bone to pick is that we didn't see more of the silky prints.
That being said, we were also pretty smitten with the slew of drapey dresses, which Doo.Ri has built a solid reputation on. In particular, the floor-length grey jersey dress with plunging neckline and daring slit, moved beautifully on the runway--and gave the impression that it would feel like pajamas, while looking like a red carpet-worthy gown.
While the draping and feminine tailoring was a constant throughout the collection, Doo.Ri served up a couple of surprises on the runway like a seafoam, pleated frock or a camel leather tunic. All of which made for an exciting--if a bit inconsistent--show.
**All images: Imaxtree