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About Doo.Ri

CFDA award-winning fashion designer Doo-Ri Chung is known for her effortless, unfussy aesthetic: Think loosely draped jersey dresses and subdued, neutral color combinations. Though she’s no longer with the brand that bears her name — in 2012, she left to become the creative director of Vince. — Chung’s influence is still apparent in Doo.Ri’s collection of resortwear, accessories, and flattering accessories. Pops of bright colors like hot pink and turquoise make the label’s silky printed dresses and princess-sleeve tops ideal for work as well as evenings out on the town. These days Doo.Ri is a property of the Tharanco Group, which also owns Poleci.

Past Sales Featuring Doo.Ri

Sale Ended August 02, 2008

Doo.Ri - 07/31/2008

Parson’s School of Design graduate Doo Ri debuted her self-named label in 2001 at her downtown Manhattan store Klee, before her styles hit the runway in 2003. With tenures at Donna Karen, Stanley Herman and seven years as head designer at Geoffrey Beene, Doo Ri has created her very own trademark sophisticated, smart aesthetic that is now lauded by the most discerning critics. “Editors and shoppers alike love her designs for their interesting architectural details that are rarely tricky. She works in ever-flattering jersey that drapes, gathers, and droops in all the right places, adding small touches—chains closing a dramatically plunging back line, leather bands cinching the waist—to each piece.” Doo Ri earned an Ecco Domani Award and a finalist slot for the CFDA Vogue Fashion Fund and later that year, she won the coveted CFDA’s Swarovski Perry Ellis Award for Womenswear. This coveted collection has been featured in Vogue, Marie Claire, Elle and WWD and can be found on the floor at Ron Herman, Barney’s and now, Doo Ri is a highly anticipated feature at Gilt Groupe.

Sale Ended October 25, 2008

Doo.Ri

Parson’s School of Design graduate Doo Ri debuted her self-named label in 2001 at her downtown Manhattan store Klee, before her styles hit the runway in 2003. With tenures at Donna Karen, Stanley Herman and seven years as head designer at Geoffrey Beene, Doo Ri has created her very own trademark sophisticated, smart aesthetic that is now lauded by the most discerning critics. “Editors and shoppers alike love her designs for their interesting architectural details that are rarely tricky. She works in ever-flattering jersey that drapes, gathers, and droops in all the right places, adding small touches—chains closing a dramatically plunging back line, leather bands cinching the waist—to each piece.” Doo Ri earned an Ecco Domani Award and a finalist slot for the CFDA Vogue Fashion Fund and later that year, she won the coveted CFDA’s Swarovski Perry Ellis Award for Womenswear. This coveted collection has been featured in <i>Vogue</i>, <i>Marie Claire</i>, <i>Elle</i> and <i>WWD</i> and can be found on the floor at Ron Herman, Barney’s and now, Doo Ri is a highly anticipated feature at Gilt Groupe.

Sale Ended January 26, 2009

Women's Final Sale - 01/22/2009

If you didn't get want you wanted over the holidays, now is the time to indulge in four days of fashion at prices up to 90% off original retail. Find your favorite designers and brands offering up an assortment of styles and sizes at our most deeply discounted prices

Sale Ended November 03, 2010

Wardrobe Essentials: The Perfect Skirt

The long and short of it: our selection has all the skirts you’ll love wearing this fall. Add colorful tights to basic black skirts, like Eva Franco’s ruffled knit style or Marni’s shirred tweed option, or lend an edge to this crop of denim and woven minis with a tough pair of boots. And warm up colorful desk-to-date silk styles with your favorite knits.