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Kansas City Star New York Fashion Week Fall-Winter 2011: Kimberly Ovitz and that Lindsay Lohan ... Los Angeles Times (blog) Photo bottom: Looks from the Kimberly Ovitz fall-winter 2011 runway collection shown during New York Fashion Week. Credit: Jonas Gustavsson and Peter ... Lindsay Lohan...

This Kimberly Ovitz dress would look a little "sexy secretary" on anyone else, but Camilla makes it beautiful. The high collar is elegant and with her hair in a messy up-do, it really makes her look very lady-like. Sometimes I can't help but think you could put a burlap sack on Camilla and...

Kimberly Ovitz Is Mad for Minimalism and "Sick for Press" by Timothy Chernyaev With minimalism returning to the fashion fore, diehard fans of the genre are begging the question: What's different this time around? Thankfully, we have L.A.-based designer Kimberly Ovitz to offer new perspective....

1 Phillip Lim suede flares, and here with Stone Cold Fox velvet burnout flares and Kimberly Ovitz cardigan I am in love with everything Kimberly Ovitz does! I swear, she can do no wrong. I stalked this skirt for oh so long wondering if it would be flattering or not. I really wanted to snag...

Photos: Rodin Bianca Kimberly Ovitz is available for purchase at fine department stores and online retailers like Shopbop.com.

This Kimberly Ovitz dress is essentially a shiny silk wrap. It is the perfect basic and every Kimberly Ovitz piece I buy I truly adore. Yves Saint LaurentAnimal-Print Calf Hair Waist Belt - Worn before here with IRO tunic and Giuseppe Zanotti slouchy thigh high boots Givenchy Obsedia...

Kimberly Ovitz is from Los Angeles, but you would never guess it from her clothes alone. Since launching her eponymous line a few years back, the designer's gained a solid reputation for making highly structural pieces that somehow appear subtle and beautiful. And after seeing her...

native Kimberly Ovitz, whose latest collection (and one of the very first for the spring/summer 12 collections) was inspired by the idea of "disaster versus relief and man versus nature". Or, more simply, the tragedy that followed from the earthquakes in Japan in March. Her show was made up...

Kimberly Ovitz's designs are first produced on white nylon and then dyed in one of four colors. Prices start at $50 for a small ear cuff to $150 for a nylon collar. The stainless steel version will retail for between $400 and $500. The collection will be available on KimberlyOvitz.com...

: Muted earth tones and subtle hues of eggshell, pale nude, ice, paper, dark nude, terracotta, thunder and optic white. Best/Collection's Signature Standout Look: While a neutral palette of beige, barefooted beauty walked down a rough clay runway at Hudson Rive Park's Pier 57 for the Kimberly...