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Charlotte Ronson

Looks from Charlotte Ronson's Fall 2013 New York Fashion Week presentation.
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Charlotte Ronson's uncanny ability to capture all a girl's potential moods in a single, cohesive collection makes her shows consistently one of our most-anticipated every Fashion Week. While C.Ronson opted for a presentation this season rather than a runway show, the clothes were nothing short of covetable. The format for the designer's newest collection reveal may be different, most everything else remained constant. PYTs like Angela Simmons and Holland Roden still turned up in droves (even through Nemo's wintery mix!). The looks created by Charlotte were still both strikingly unique yet also ceaselessly wearable. And of course, her twin and reknowned DJ/musician Samantha Ronson flew in from sunny LA to spin her show soundtrack.

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Looks from Charlotte Ronson's Spring 2013 New York Fashion Week.
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Summer as we know it this year may be slowly slipping away, but I know, come February, after Punxsutawney Phil predicts six more weeks of winter, I'll be shaking my fists, burning my tights, and daydreaming about this Spring 2013 Charlotte Ronson collection. This season for Ronson reads like a New York Fashion Week love letter to breezy beach afternoons and downtown summer nights. And when you shared a womb with a world-class DJ (also Roc-A-Fella Records' first rock act *dusts shoulders off*), your twin hooks you up with the perfect soundtrack to your designs. Samantha Ronson put together a careful playlist of tracks that use a majority breathy, ethereal vocals to channel the breezy summer air vibes of her twin Charlotte's pale color palette and floaty fabrics, but also driving baselines and nostalgic step-clap rhythm sections to complement the nods to classic bad girls (think Pink Ladies).

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Selects from the Charlotte Ronson Fall 2012 New York Fashion Week show.
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Did you SEE Charlotte Ronson's Fall 2012 collection?! Deep into this Friday night, we are still recovering from the break-neck change of pace this season was for the designer. With dramatic bold colors, unexpected silhouettes, and risk-tasking accessories choices (*achem* knit and leather BONNETS), C. Ronson really upped the ante this New York Fashion Week with a riveting and totally inspired collection. One that, BTW, still held true the label's hallmark synergy of edgy, feminine, and cool. A collection for girls this ballsy needs the right brand of girl-powered tracks to accompany its catwalk debut. Thankfully, Charlotte is born of an uber-musical family with a talented sister (Samantha Ronson) who happily DJs her shows to soundtracking perfection.

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New York Fashion Week just wrapped last Thursday, and we’re still thinking about the gorgeous spring collections that designers sent down the runway. Some labels, including Preen and Alexander Wang, were defined by nude tones and flowy silhouettes, while other collections, such as Gwen Stefani’s L.A.M.B. and Betsey Johnson leaned toward bright colors and bold prints. Here, we round up the nine most fun collections from the weeklong fashion fest (and don't forget to check out Whitney Port's entire collection here).

1. Betsey Johnson
What message was Betsey Johnson trying to send us when she sent every model down the runway with a collar necklace that read, "Ride Me"? Surprisingly, it was literal — she created a bike-inspired collection, and models carried wheels, bike chains, and helmets down the runway. Betsey Johnson herself even rode down the runway at the end of the show on a cruiser. As for the clothes, there were leotards, striped tights, and bra tops. So fun!

Top looks from Betsey Johnson's spring 2011 collection.
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2. Marc By Marc Jacobs
Stripes were EVERYWHERE on the runway at the Marc by Marc Jacobs fashion show. They covered '70s-inspired dresses for ladies, as well as cute sweaters for boys. Marc Jacobs balanced some of the brighter yellows and oranges with gray blazers and skirts, too.

Top looks from Marc by Marc Jacobs' spring 2011 collection.
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3. Charlotte Ronson
Charlotte Ronson, twin sister of DJ Samantha Ronson, presented a '90s collection with floral dresses, slouchy hoodies, and romantic peasant skirts. Nicky Hilton, 90210's Shenae Grimes, and Solange Knowles all showed up to support the designer in the stylish front row, while her twin Sam spun tunes for the event.

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