She gave birth to her son two months ago, but that didn’t stop Doo-ri Chung from delivering her biggest resort collection yet. Those Doo.Ri signature jersey draped numbers were all still there, but this time she also included plenty of separates: wide-leg trousers, chain embroidered tops, cotton poplin shirts, lace skirts and Lurex knits. Her inspiration was Sonia Delaunay’s exhibit at the Cooper-Hewitt — specifically the artist’s developmental stages (sketchbooks, notes, etc.) — evident in Chung’s graphic prints, kaleidoscope patterns and chevron embroideries.

She gave birth to her son two months ago, but that didn’t stop Doo-ri Chung from delivering her biggest resort collection yet. Those Doo.Ri signature jersey draped numbers were all still there, but this time she also included plenty of separates: wide-leg trousers, chain embroidered tops, cotton poplin shirts, lace skirts and Lurex knits. Her inspiration was Sonia Delaunay’s exhibit at the Cooper-Hewitt — specifically the artist’s developmental stages (sketchbooks, notes, etc.) — evident in Chung’s graphic prints, kaleidoscope patterns and chevron embroideries.

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