Famed red carpet designer Pamella Roland drew inspiration from the Far East when crafting her fall 2011 collection. Roland explains, “Having lived in Asia, I was inspired by the culminating of old with new, western technologies with eastern tradition, modern cityscapes with rural farmland and the colors of field harvests and urban skylines.”
For fall 2011, Roland has created a timeless collection that pairs elegance, femininity and power reminiscent of Asian culture and Pamella Roland’s signature style. Traditional elements of Eastern design are prevalent throughout the collection, infusing Asian-inspired prints with soft cocoon shaped silhouettes and sinuous draping that forms the body in a spiral movement. Fabrications and colors are dynamic yet classic; a palette of neutrals and rich jewel-tone hues complimented by re-embroidered lace, fine tulle and feather filled-coupee.
The collection features neutral day-wear with pops of red accenting the pieces. Cocktail dresses and evening gowns with grand, full skirted shapes and sweeping trains are featured in elegant jewel-tones such as jade, crimson, red plum and classic black.
Pamella Roland draws inspiration from her life and world travels resulting in a fresh, innovative collection that showcase modern femininity and Eastern influences, with adventure.
Having debuted in the fall of 2002 on the New York runway, Pamella Roland received a warm reception from critics and buyers alike.
Pamela has joined the ranks of the elite, styling for Angelina Jolie, Hilary Swank, Jennifer Garner, Halle Berry, Eva Longoria and Carrie Underwood to name a few. Roland was inducted into the Council of Fashion Designers of America in 2010 and continues to evolve the brand with fresh and unique designs each season. The pamella roland collection is sold at the finest department stores and specialty stores in the United States and abroad.