It was only a matter of time before Laura Kim and Fernando Garcia's gorgeous designs took over red carpets everywhere (and Harvard), and two stylish It girls are trailblazing their takeover. Zosia Mamet and Zoë Kravitz both attended the Whitney Biennial at the Whitney Museum of American Art in NYC donning looks for the design duo's two collections, Oscar de la Renta and Monse.
The celeb-adored design couple made waves in the fashion world after announcing they would show their new label's F/W 17 collection following their debut Oscar de la Renta collection. It looks like fashion girls took note because the two brands popped up on the same carpet this week, and Garcia shared the moment on Instagram. Mamet donned a structured black dress that incorporated Monse's signature tuxedo design elements and featured a chic off-the-shoulder neckline, a belted waist, and a thigh-high slit. Kravitz, on the other hand, opted for a sleek and minimalistic ODLR ensemble. While dressy, her tailored suit had a relaxed fit that modernized the separates, and her glitzy gold top balanced the clean look.
Keep scrolling to see the two ODLR and Monse outfits on the red carpet.
On Zosia Mamet: Monse dress.
On Zoë Kravitz: Oscar de la Renta jacket and pants.
Which look would you love to copy? Tell us in the comments, and then shop the current Monse collection.