Even without the mention of Butoh in Doo-Ri Chung’s show notes, it was obvious from the get-go that there was a modern-dance influence in motion. The models emerged with washed-out faces, their hair pulled into slicked-back buns with a headband and their bodies completely covered up for the most part in jersey draping, Chung’s speciality, here spun in an ultramodest, intellectual direction. It was a very specific look — perhaps too forced — with a lot of turtlenecks, some on tight tops with a twist at the bust; others in languid dresses that swamped the girls’ bodies.

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