Charlotte Ronson S/S 2013

Written By Fashion360Magazine on Tuesday, 9 October 2012 | 00:11

By: Inna Bosenko
Charlotte Ronson shows are all about youth and playfulness, this year being no different. The very first look stepping onto the runway was a cream colored belted dress with sheer sleeves and a strip of a light fabric cropped slightly above the knee. More looks with sheer fabric and lace cutouts, as well as completely see-through jackets followed suggesting very subdued sexiness.

I also picked up on the effortlessness trend: models’ hair was down and simple, makeup was light accentuating cheekbones and nothing drew attention away from playful elements of clothing. My favorite pieces included an asymmetrical while/navy/azure flowy dress and a pleated mint dress cinched at the waist. There was an oversized thin belt that stole the show and became my favorite accessory on the runway. It accentuated the waist and lightly flowing in the wind as the models worked the runway.

As a whole, the collection conveyed innocence and purity: fabric was flowing and colors were restrained. Pieces were done in lighter shades of almost every color imaginable: pinks, blues, greens, yellows, creams, floral patterns and blurred stripes. There was also a presence of combinations of sporty masculine elements in cross body messenger bags and femininity in wide pleated knee-length skirts.


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