By Martina Kiridzija
Photos by Martina Kiridzija
For her Spring/Summer 2015 presentation, Charlotte Ronson’s atmosphere had a refreshing feeling to it, and I’m not just talking about the air conditioning during the hot and humid September day in New York. The room was glazed over with blue lighting surrounding a brightly lit centre area where the models we’re lined up behind a squared off velvet rope.
The first song started to play and it gave me chills all over: Banks – waiting game. The collection and the music went perfectly together. That explains why Charlotte’s twin sister Samantha was the DJ during the presentation. It really executed the confident girl Charlotte was inspired by for this collection.
“It’s really for a confident girl that dreams big. But also I was inspired by this artist, Bekarti who does these beautiful watercolour paintings. Most of her subjects are beautiful women painted almost in a dark form of expression, but that’s the whole idea of how a woman dreams in some ways. A lot of this collection is more feminine, more body fitting, clean and some oversized things. You just want to wear something that you feel comfortable in, fresh and a great colour pallete but not too loud.” – Charlotte Ronson
The Charlotte Ronson woman of Spring/Summer 2015 screamed confidence and “go-getter”. The pastel pallete was so beautiful but not too soft in a way where her woman would seem shy and vulnerable. The construction in each piece fit the body just enough so you can see she means business but also loose enough to have a comfortable approach to the every day life of a hustler chick. There were a variety of very feminine pieces with embroidered flowers and some prints, but also the constructed collared pieces for a more androgynous-feminine look.
Whether you are comfortable in a shirt with some flow to it, or a constructed piece to layer, there are definitely many options for various styles in this collection.
The sleek hair and light makeup allowed the clothing and beautiful accessories to speak for themselves. Vintage shaped sunnies by Charlotte Ronson accompanied by simple strapped sandals of black, white, blue-green, and a soft blue.
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