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Dark, Moody, and Jewel-Encrusted at Doo.Ri Fall 2010

Doo-Ri Chung's fall 2010 collection shown at Chelsea's Eyebeam Gallery yesterday started off with two strong navy and black looks—first a sharp jacket with a draped hem paired with slim trousers, followed by a military style shirtdress that fell lose around the hips with the same black netting.

Chung's military-inspired pieces, especially the pants which had buckles hanging off the hips and diagonal snaps along the thigh, were among her best looks. The black and blue theme carrying over through one almost electric blue-dyed fox fur coat with black leather trim and a series of cropped jackets, one which changed from blue to black depending on the light and one whose marble print was reminiscent of Doo.Ri spring 2010.

Skipping over the moments of geranium red and crystal-encrusted everything (leggings, jersey dresses, even the models lips were painted pale blue and made glittery), the show ended on a high note with two long and lean evening looks, most memorable in a gray suede sleeveless top and floor-length narrow skirt.

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