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First Look: Charlotte Ronson for JCPenney




Yes, you read that headline correctly. Designer Charlotte Ronson, the twin sister of DJ Samantha Ronson (LiLo's girlfriend), will be collaborating with JCPenney on a budget-friendly collection called I Heart Ronson. The new line will be available starting this February, and will stay true to Ronson's "rock babe aesthetic."

Just when I was beginning to tire of designer diffusion lines, JC Penney went and hit the ball out of the park with this one. It's too cold (temperature-wise) to get genuinely excited about these looks for Spring, but trust me, when February rolls around, I'll be first in line to see the goods at JCPenney--a store I haven't shopped at in eons.

Keep reading to preview first-look photos from the collection.

















[Photos courtesy Nylonmag.com]

Comments
OMG.. that was the best news i heard all week


her spring/summer 2009 runway collection was AMAZING.. she can pull off colors and mini dresses so well

we'll see how the clothes in jcpenney pan out
#1 Neira on 2008-11-03 06:41 (Reply)
wow i can't believe i might actually walk into jcpenneys!
#2 gina (Homepage) on 2008-11-03 07:51 (Reply)
Wow, I need to tell one of the young ladies on my job, she like Ms. Ronson.
#3 budgetchic (Homepage) on 2008-11-03 08:18 (Reply)
I did like her spring 2009 collection. But wow JC Penney? It will be interesting...
#4 Real Style Real people (Homepage) on 2008-11-03 11:08 (Reply)
I'm excited- I just hope with the floaty fabrics and lower price points, we're not seeing too low of quality as well (ala Tarjay with their designer lines.) Can't wait to find out! :-)
#5 v on 2008-11-03 11:12 (Reply)
Wow, JCP with an edge. Particularly love the stripes and leggings!
#6 Sal (Homepage) on 2008-11-03 13:05 (Reply)
i love what i see, def not jc penny cheap looking
#7 k on 2008-11-03 22:41 (Reply)
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