Draped in soft, lightweight jersey dresses and scalloped tops, Doo.Ri Chung wrapped her fall 2007 collection in ultra wool coats, delicate black silk halter-tops and sultry satin bows. After her much-recognized CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund's awards in November, her look remains alluring while having much to consider for the upcoming seasons that's fast approaching.
Without hesitation, the intense dark pallet of Bordeaux, emerald, charcoal and navy shadowed the runway with the burlesque-inspired cocktail era that was carried throughout each piece - allowing only a mere pop of yellow in a sequined tank to shine.
Tight long leather gloves with many complicated twists and turns on fringes, interwoven lace and a chiffon corsets were nothing but imaginative, however complicated in its look. Dazzled in Swarovski crystals and sequence details, there was nothing to be disappointed about, as the crystal suspenders gathered its reflection in the light.
Caged in harness and sheath dresses the bubble skirts made it appearance on the runway once more as a favorite amongst the many designers this season. Doo.Ri's collection of the bubble was similar to a mushroom cut with more of an elocution on shortness. The young and sophisticated appeal was still very much strong, leaving the many slinky dresses and knots marveling in its design structure. Having no other distractions in sight, hair was clipped up, away from the face, without the need for accessories.
Recognized for her dresses, the lean cigarette pants and three-quarter-sleeve jackets were the strongest pieces for aspiration. Sexy fox trim jackets were introduced with barebacked, knotted neckties, keeping the consistency with the dark color pallet. Other than the smooth mix of Boudreaux and Emerald her pallet was left with barely an outlet for color, however had enough creativity in her pieces to admire the Gabardine pants and nylon trimmings.