The designer’s collection, inspired by Paris in the 1970s, consisted of a slew of glam gowns that will look amazing on the red carpet. From jacquard floral prints to feathers, the looks were feminine and made a fierce fashion statement as they came down the runway.
The 70s are very much alive on the runway this week, and the trend continued at the Pamella Roland show, where the designer sent a slew of glam looks down the catwalk as she debuted her Fall 2015 collection, which was inspired by, you guessed it…70s glamour! From a black mink cape to gowns with thigh-high slits, the collection oozed luxury — and we can definitely see Pamella’s celeb fans rocking the glam looks!
Pamella Roland’s Spring 2015 fashion show during New York Fashion Week was so unexpected and fresh. Rope was dyed pink and tied in model’s hair. Blush was used around the eyes. Read more and find out how to copy the look below!
Pamella Roland‘s Spring 2015 collection was inspired by “the gardens of Kyoto, Japan.” Cherry blossoms influenced lead makeup artist Matin Maulawizada to create a strong yet effortless makeup look using Laura Mercier products, and hairstylist Ted Gibson, who used a hair accessory to punctuate the look.
Matin Maulawizada, Global Artistry Director for Laura Mercier, created the retro meets minimalist look for the Spring/Summer 2013 Pamella Roland Presentation–here’s how you can recreate the look!
Matin describes the makeup for Pamella Roland’s Spring 2013 presentation as “a melange of 1960s glamour and Pamella Roland’s clean, geometric aesthetic that can be worn with ease by the modern woman.”