>> Night falls on Kimberly Ovitz's Fall 2012 collection. That is, dark, serious hues — mainly black and brown — defined the edgy pieces that came down the moody runway. Draping, asymmetry, sheerness, layering, and a play on proportions and textures consumed the powerful clothes. And except for a few minidresses and some sheer tops, there was barely any showing of skin — proof that sexy has a new badass face. On the accessories front, Kimberly kept things minimal, save for a couple off-kilter sashes and neck scarves made from pitch-black hair.