2009 September 17
Kimberly Ovitz - New York Spring 2010
(NEW YORK) For her first ever New York showing, Kimberly Ovitz showcased 17 intelligently edited looks, part of the collection that's destined to wind up in the closets of the chicest girls on the both coasts. "I just wanted to come up with handful looks that really reflect the unfortunate climate that we're in," said the designer. "I want to encourage hope with my own kind of inspirations, like Frank Gehry's minimalist work." The architect's work was reflected in lovely and light silver leather jackets and attractive bodysuit. The showing was full of smart simplicities and obvious long-term potential. Surprise guest at the presentation Martin Scorsese would surely agree.
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