pamella roland brings the glamour of paris to nyfw and hopes for more of the mayor\'s participation
New York fashion designer Pamela Rowland showed her the/w\'15 series at New York Fashion Week on Monday afternoon, A house full of fashion elites, lucky for them, but it\'s a very special kind of ivory.
Coupe bridal gown with feather jacket with lower jaw.
Inspired by a recent trip to Paris, the collection is reminiscent of the 70-year-old glam party in the heart of the French city, with several sophisticated embroidery, tight dresses and suede boots on your knees ---
Perfect complement to those tall champagne and bright disco light glasses.
Credit: Anthony mangie is wearing a gown and a separate design to evoke the seductive charm depicted in Alicia Drake\'s \"beautiful fall\" Roland collection, and surprisingly, this style fits-
If there is no incentive for many people to look for flowers and paisley prints, look for a night of Burgundy in town, and look for an ivory feather jacket at the upcoming wedding, because, why not?
Credit: Anthony manglodin chats with designers in the background, and at the same time screens out a group of energetic models, as well-known Ted Gibson\'s elaborate Bridget Bado hairstyle and we have raised some sharp questions to Roland about her current work.
Can you talk about the inspiration behind this series?
A: In Paris, when models, fashion designers, and all photographers really start to get everything started, inspiration is in their early 70 s.
The charm of fashion started as early as in the early 70 s, so we looked at a lot of clothes and even makeup that women wore at the time.
Makeup and hair type is really Bridget Bardot-that era.
Even looking back at YSL with a smoking jacket-
We\'re running the tuxedo.
What we really focus on is the sexy charm of that era, hoping to show it in the collection.
Q: What is your creative source as a designer?
A: I travel a lot, which is why you can often see various influences from all over the world in my work. I love art -
I\'m on Whitney\'s board.
So it seems to be (art and travel)
They always go together.
I was recently in Paris with my daughter and was inspired by the surroundings.
For my collection and what I want to share next season, I always feel ahead of my time.
I really don\'t need to sit down and think about it.
When I travel, I say, \"Oh, I see this, I feel this.
\"Q: What do you think of Mayor de Blasio\'s support and interest in the city\'s fashion industry?
How do you see it especially good for New York fashion week?
First of all, it will get more attention from us, which is always great!
I think fashion has grown a lot, especially social media.
The mayor\'s support is an amazing contribution that will have a huge impact on all of us.
It would be great to see the mayor and first lady on some shows in the future too!
Q: In the past few years, what do you think is one of the great achievements of the fashion industry?
Q: I think one of the things we have done or worked very hard in the fashion industry is our model.
We don\'t want a model that looks thin.
I think we all focus on seeing healthier women on the runway.
I think there are a lot of ways to strengthen the fashion industry, but there are so many things to discuss that we need a whole new interview!