Designer Charlotte Ronson for Uniqlo – affordable fashion!

Posted by Jamie Nicholson on Mon 16th May 2011 at 08:30 AM, Filed in Fashion DesignersHot NewsIndustry NewsSites We LikeTrends

The Charlotte Ronson for Uniqlo collection has arrived!  Filled with coastal stripes and stylish prints, these pieces are a perfect fit for your summer wardrobe.  The collection, designed by twin sister of DJ Samantha Ronson, is made up of a range of femininely beautiful spring dresses and tops which will be your go to pieces for holidays and beach filled weekends.


New York fashion designer Charlotte Ronson, who previously designed for Urban Outfitters, runs her own fashion lines, C. Ronson and Charlotte Ronson which have a celebrity following including Blake Lively, Kirsten Dunst, Nicole Richie, Joy Bryant, Kate Moss, and Beyoncé.  She launched her first collection in 2000 and her career has come on leaps and bounds with her fashion show now one of the top shows at New York Fashion Week each season.  Charlotte’s designs are versatile, playful and femininely chic so it’s no surprise she has designed a collection for Uniqlo!

Seaside retreats are the theme behind Ronson’s Uniqlo range saying the pieces have “lots of coastal countryside influences and nautical elements.  They’re relaxed, easy to wear, sort of fun and flirty.”



Prices for these easy-to-wear pieces are an amazing £24.99 – affordable chic!

Other designers that Uniqlo has teamed up with are Vena Cava and Costello Tagliapietra, with each designing six-piece capsule collections.  With such an array of gorgeous pieces to choose from you’ll probably end up buying them all!

Uniqlo is known for their stylish, reasonably priced clothing for women and men and has such a wide variety of pieces for the fashion conscious shopper.  Women’s items can be found on, the online personal stylist and personal shopping service.  Shop the range of pieces and see which styles and colours suit your body shape and skin tone!  Shopping made easy!

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