kimberly ovitz

Today’s massive fashion designer crush is Kimberly Ovitz. Having done stints at J. Crew, Chanel, Imitation of Christ, Ya Ya Clothing, and Twelth St by Cynthia Vincent, she launched her own line in Spring 2009. And she’s my age…! I’m head over heels for her gorgeously sophisticated, somewhat androgynous minimalist silhouettes.


Am also seriously considering these pieces from her inaugural Spring 2009 collection, though honestly, by the time I make up my mind, they probably won’t be in stock anymore. Which do you think is the most investment worthy? Am quietly leaning towards the insanely comfortable looking wrap jacket, but I have a terminal weakness for motorcycle jackets and unique pleating.


Honestly, I want all 3 pieces in a sad, terrible, my budget-can’t-support-it-and-I-just-paid-off-car-insurance kind of way. Technically I’m on shopping ban. Dance studio fees to pay, airplane tickets to buy… sigh. Check both of Kimberly Ovitz’s 2009 collections here.

love, wen

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  1. hwei
    Posted July 28, 2009 at 10:15 pm | Permalink

    clearly we should start learning how to draw patterns and make our own clothes! how did the sewing machine experiment on the tank go?

    actually i love the white jacket with pleats down the back in the first batch of pictures you posted – the one on the upper right corner, model’s back facing the camera.

  2. Posted July 29, 2009 at 10:39 am | Permalink

    did i talk to you about this, because i constantly forget what i’ve told you and what i haven’t LOL. i’m going to try to make that wrap jacket! stay tuned….

    will tell you about it later re: the tank experiment as it is too lengthy to put in the comments here… adventureeeeee

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