New York Fashion Week has kicked off and is making quite a splash, thanks to shows like the Kimberly Ovitz Spring 2012 collection. Ovitz presented her collection in a way that I haven't really seen before: color-coordinated.
What I mean by that is the designer first sent out a handful of all-white looks, followed by bold orange designs, then outfits wholly comprised of white and gold. Red came next, followed by a few striking black looks, and then some more white pieces to finish off the show.
The Kimberly Ovitz Spring 2012 show presentation reflected the color-blocking theme that has been such a sensation and dominated the runways in the past few seasons. Ovitz also created an incredible juxtaposition by pairing the flowy, easy-to-wear designs with a a stark, noticeable method of sending the models out.
The Kimberly Ovitz Spring 2012 show is definitely a memorable one and the presentation technique might just catch on.
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