There are few designers out there who can drape and swaddle fabric as 
well as Doo-Ri Chung can.  She has a way of pinning a bit of 
blouse to the side, or hitching a skirt just so.  Case in point:  a 
long-sleeve dress — the best in the collection, really — gently draped in 
front like the folds of a loose kimono.  It glowed warmth, ease, 
elegance.  Other winners:  a jersey tee atop a mini shredded in 
horizontal rows; or a “hologram brocade” blazer worn with tap shorts 
and a pearlescent crochet top — sheer, filmy and drizzled with sparkle.