Emerging designer Kimberly Ovitz is no fashion fledgling. A former intern for legendary fashion photographer Herb Ritts and the Chanel design atelier in Paris, Ovitz is a virtuoso when it comes to choosing flattering cuts that accentuate women’s sensuality. Launched in 2009, her eponymous ready-to-wear collection includes ethereal mesh tops and body-hugging dresses in basic black or white, as well as gauzy maxi-dresses and monochromatic sweaters in neutral hues. The Hisu Warrior, a long-sleeved dress marked by textured geometric shapes, is a stand-out, as is the perfectly pintucked Glavis mini dress. In 2012 Ovitz debuted O by Kimberly Ovitz, an elegant, eco-friendly collection of minimalist separates. In addition to appearing in the pages of <i>W</i>, <i>Elle</i>, and other major fashion publications, Ovitz’s designs have graced the likes of Cameron Diaz and Anne Hathaway.
Time and time again, emerging designer Kimberly Ovitz manages to stun us with a simple palette of black and white. And her latest mix for Gilt is no exception: Sharp, asymmetric cuts, hint-of-skin cutouts, irregular patterns, and figure-flattering fits give these dresses and separates an of-the-moment edge. To create a look that's guaranteed to trigger double-takes, make like our stylists and pair these picks with red pumps.
Silk tops, tailored blazers, and more in-demand styles you won't want to miss.
Call it the opposite of understated: This fun sale combines two of fall’s most popular prints—polka dots and stripes—for one totally loud fashion extravaganza. We’ve got tops, skirts, dresses, and pants, from Ella Moss, Michael Stars, and more. Wear them loud. Wear them proud.
Versatile and flattering, neutral hues have long been a wardrobe staple—and the lot here proves just how striking a muted palette can be. Find cool jackets and blazers; soft, diaphanous dresses that beg for a bold sandal; silky tops to tuck into pencil skirts and shorts; and an array of chic, everyday handbags in buttery leather.