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Well, down to business (sorry for being random, I get off track easily. You have been warned!).
As we all know, this season's New York Fashion Week was a huge hit, with experienced as well as new designers showing their talents and showing the world what to expect and what to be on the lookout for this Spring and Summer. While all the designers and their creations stunned me, two which I absolutely loved where Charlotte Ronson and United Bamboo.
Charlotte Ronson is an English fashion designer currently living in New York City. She was born into a wealthy family as the daughter of writer and sociality Ann-Dexter-Jones and real estate mogul Laurence Ronson. She always had an interest in fashion, but actually began designing after her friends asked her to create pieces for them, and from there she became hooked.
"This collection is inspired by the vibrant romantic feel of Spain", she tells Chic TV before the show, and it definitely shows. The bright florals, embroideries and detailing with a pinch of that sloppy '90s look makes this collection the essence of fabulous casual looks for all occasions.
United Bamboo was first launched in 1998 by Miho Aoki and Thuy Pham and from then has established itself as a pioneer in fashion design and creative collaboration. They is most known for its innovative designs in womenswear and accessories, as well as menswear. The label's original idea was to reimagine and reinterpret classic, preppy and American sportswear, but since then has incorporated countless influences and ideas, broadening their horizons significantly while still honouring its founding aesthetic.
This collection was inspired by Victorian times beach clothes, which is clearly demonstrated through the classic creams and beiges featured through most of the outfits. These styles are being called both innovative and inspirational, which is what the brand is most known for producing.