For S/S 2015, Charlotte Ronson presented an excitingly feminine dream to the MBFW crowd at The Hudson Hotel. The fashionable crowd first found quotes from classic style icons, such as Elizabeth Taylor, while taking in tunes spun by esteemed DJ Samantha Ronson, renditions of Purple Rain. This collection was all about the fun and flirty empowered female. And with inspired fashion icons to help lead the way, it’s no surprise this presentation showcased looks any woman would be proud and happy to don!
“The most courageous act is still to think for yourself aloud.” Coco Chanel
The clothes were of course frequented by Ronson’s signature feminine prints. This season, she opted for groundbreaking floral prints of a wide variety, such as a girly ruffled frock in a fresh, watercolor floral pattern.
“I fell off my pink cloud with a thud.” Elizabeth Taylor
Other standout featured pieces include a perforated Neoprene sweater with an organza insert.
Clean, simplistically minimalistic off-white maxi, also showcasing a featured color of this collection’s palette, off-whites, creams.
And a perforated dress with sheer overlay neckline in navy blue, another featured tone for this collection’s color palette.
“I never realized until lately that women were supposed to be the inferior sex.” Katherine Hepburn
Models sported middle parts and the occasional pair of circular sunglasses in bright white or tan with blue or black lenses.
For beauty and make-up, the designer opted for a very natural and fresh look, courtesy of Temptu airbrush make-up, and nails of a very organic coloring, courtesy of OPI.
“The first thing to do my love, is to arrange to be born in Paris, after that, everything follows quite naturally.” Diana Vreeland (noted columnist and editor in the field of fashion — Harper’s Bazaar & Vogue).
This collection hit a stride on finding a delicate balance between opposite ends of the fashionable spectrum. The looks were soft and easy-going, yet still screamed “I am a strong, empowered, very feminine woman.” The looks were fun and flirty, yet still have the capability of showing off a little sexiness. Also, there was a clear mod, 60s inspiration, but the looks were still updated and very modern with trends such as sheer overlay, lace detailing, and trendy silhouettes.
- Angela Simmons
- Reality star of Ladies of London, Noelle Reno
- Actress Danielle Brooks
- Model Teresa Moore
This collection presented so many looks to instantly fall in love with. I, like many other women, truly want to dress comfortably, yet still be chic, look casual/easy-going, but still feel confident and sexy. Charlotte Ronson has done just this for S/S 2015, a job well done!
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