The models, bogged down in sweaters, jackets, and wide-legged trousers, had the feeling of little girls playing dress up in dark attic spaces -- that is if their mothers had been super models during the 1970s or 1990s. Last season, Charlotte Ronson took a well-edited 1990s-influnced approach to her line. But her fall/winter 2011 show on Saturday looked as though the designer was so afraid she'd forget to send an important piece down the catwalk, she sent them all just to be safe. A description of a single look in her notes read: "Military faux shearling sweater vest, empress print silk tie neck blouse, empress print silk velvet trim skirt, herringbone wide pant, military suede elastic wedge bootie." As Tim Gunn has been known to say, "That's a lot of look." When she stripped away layers, Ronson's dresses were perfect for the flirty twenty something with impeccable taste. But when she stacked on the layers, or put her models in tights with (intentional) holes, or, even worse, fair isle sweater pants, the look was pure bag lady chic.