At Home With Designer Charlotte Ronson
One Kings Lane takes us on a tour of this designer's fashionable NYC digs!
In our book, Charlotte Ronson can do no wrong. We're die-hard fans of her eponymous fashion line, with its graceful cuts, splattered flowers, and well-balanced edge. And she's one of those unofficial arbiters of downtown cool: someone who follows her own unique eye, all while pulling off tousled beach hair with aplomb.
Ronson's part of a close-knit creative clan—her twin sister, Samantha, deejays; her brother, Mark, produces music; and her mother, Ann Dexter-Jones, is a style maven who grew up in Liverpool. Ronson and her siblings were all born in London, moving to New York when she was six, and pieces of family history show up in the designer's taste for the offbeat, the stylish, and anything British.
We paid a visit to Ronson's New York City duplex in NoHo, with its streaming light and flowing space, and got the scoop on how she's pulled off a look that's straight-up cool, classically pretty, and inviting all at once.