Wednesday, June 14, 2006

Doo.Ri-ing It Right

Doo.Ri rocks.

As you can probably tell (if you're a regular reader), I'm a super fan of uber-feminine, drape-y designs. Which is exactly what I love about this label. The way the whole collection falls on the feminine form, the luxe fabrics, the beauty in the simplicity of her designs -- no wonder she's a Vogue favorite!

Fall 2006 is Doo Ri's most experimental and avant-garde yet. While her dresses are still in the fluid, drape-y realm, some of her fall pieces lean more toward voluminously architectural -- even costume-y.

Think of it as a little bit of Galliano and Ghesquiere in one, with maybe a smidge of Yamamoto for taste.

I'm Lovin' it: Shopping on Melrose. With summer dresses all the rage this year, it's the best place to go to score a pretty frock. Once you get past the fact that 70% of the boutiques carry the EXACT SAME ONES. Oh well, beggars can't be choosers.

I'm Over it: The lunacy that is Scientology. If no one's heard the Jenna and Bodhi Elfman story yet, check it out on or

Album of the Day: "Young Machines" by Her Space Holiday. An experimental album put out by HSH a couple years ago, it was a hit among critics and music lovers alike. Check out tracks five ("Japanese Gum") and seven ("My Girlfriend's Boyfriend"). They're golden.

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