For Pamella Roland Fall/Winter 2024, Panella draws inspiration from her recent travels to Belgium. Pamella was moved by its rich artistic heritage as depicted in the Flemish masters' paintings and its contributions to the Art Nouveau movement, which is evident in the enchanting cityscape of Brussels. The collection's color palette is a harmonious interplay of bronze, warm golds, rich chocolate browns, and wine tones juxtaposed with soft pastels, blush, ivory and nudes. This season's silhouettes are a nod to Brussels' architectural marvels, with hand-constructed gowns with linear detailing and draping that reflect the complex yet poetic structures that envelop this magical city.

The collection is characterized by bespoke details that fuse old-world sophistication with a contemporary edge. Each gown is a masterpiece offering a captivating interpretation of historical and modern references for the discerning eveningwear connoisseur.

Sumptuous velvets, glittering sequins and weighty jacquard textiles provide a luxurious canvas reflecting the lavishness of Brussels' storied interiors. Pamella's signature embroideries mimic the romantic nuances of the architectural imprint seen throughout the city. Draped pearl fringe, 3D silk organza flowers and gold-outlined cut feathers add to the symphony of embellishments. 

Collection standouts include a red Mikado cutout mermaid gown with a 3D handmade poppy flower capelet, a cashmere cape hand embroidered with the enchanting skyline of Brussels and our showstopping pearl baroque embroidered wedding gown with silken tulle and hand-strewn pearl fringe.