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Draped Dresses and Sleeveless Tunics at Doo.ri's Spring Show

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Inspired by the sketches of Daniel Egnéus—an illustrator known for his ethereal water colors—Doo.ri's spring show was highlighted by her signature pleating and draping. Against the backdrop of music from Brit band The Rapture, the designer showed draped dresses, sleeveless tunics, floral printed dresses, and gold studded white heels. Check out our gallery of favorite looks, above. —David Chen
· Doo.Ri [Official Site]
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