Pamella Roland's technicolor palette for Spring 2016


By: Honey & Silk

If there's any collection this season that beckons the honor of showing at the Whitney Museum of American Art, the pleasure incontestably goes to Pamella Roland's Spring 2016 collection that easily labels as wearable art.

A Frank Stella inspiration propels Pamella's couture creations into the world of futuristic Technicolor, with vivid hues of elegant satin and shiny organza. While there's never been an inch of green in my closet, I'm ready to change that with Roland's lime kaftan dress, cinched together with a vibrant, geometric belt a la Frank Stella.

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