What’s the Kimberly Ovitz way of tackling, as she says, “The historical structure of women’s and men’s clothing”? Subtly and oh-so-casually. So slouchy T-shirts feature corsetlike lace-up detailing and blouses evoke a Heathcliff-on-the-moors undershirt feel, while languid dresses come with slashed accents. Ovitz also folded in a modern art inspiration via velvet fabrics patterned after the work of Sol LeWitt.

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