In one of her stronger outings, Doo-Ri Chung stepped up her use of prints, from bright painted florals on a skirt to softer black florals on a sleeveless tunic. Chung cited Daniel Egnéus’ ethereal sketches among her inspirations, and the resulting looks — a violet-printed blouse and wide trouser combination, for instance — added alternatives to the draping and pleating that’s become her signature over the seasons. That’s not to say that the designer turned her back on those elements, or her favored parachute silhouettes. Plenty were there, which all gave the lineup a balance and sophistication.

In one of her stronger outings, Doo-Ri Chung stepped up her use of prints, from bright painted florals on a skirt to softer black florals on a sleeveless tunic. Chung cited Daniel Egnéus’ ethereal sketches among her inspirations, and the resulting looks — a violet-printed blouse and wide trouser combination, for instance — added alternatives to the draping and pleating that’s become her signature over the seasons. That’s not to say that the designer turned her back on those elements, or her favored parachute silhouettes. Plenty were there, which all gave the lineup a balance and sophistication.

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