Charlotte Ronson

Charlotte Ronson (born 1977) is a New York fashion designer

Charlotte Ronson (born 1977) is a New York fashion designer who grew up in England. She started her business by transforming her old clothes and selling them to friends, and soon her pieces fascinated the young public. There are strong art deco references in the garments, from skirts to trousers to outerwear, all characterized by strong colours and very interesting prints.


In 2001, she began to attract the attention of famous fashion magazines such as Vogue. In May 2002, Ronson opened her flagship store on Elizabeth Street in New York City. The Charlotte Ronson brand is a partner of the Japanese clothing company The Wall.

Charlotte Ronson

Ronson’s original line is now an offshoot of the larger Charlotte Ronson brand, and the current New York store is now located on Mulberry Street.


In 2008, Ronson designed a collaboration called C. Ronson’s “Play” for Urban Outfitters, named after a mixtape her sister, Samantha Ronson, made for her.

She designed a line for JCPenney called I ‘Heart’ Ronson. Spring 2009 was Ronson’s first show in Bryant Park, the main one for the New York Fashion Week.

The brand has been worn by celebrities such as Mischa Barton, Gisele Bündchen, Andy Dick, Jennifer Love Hewitt, Lindsay Lohan, Kate Moss, Ellen Pompeo, Nicole Richie, Winona Ryder, Jessica Simpson and Gwen Stefani.

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