Pamella Roland Taps T.J. Wilcox for Collaboration

Designer Pamella DeVos' fall designs will be informed by the skyline as seen in the New York-based artist’s work, and translated in silhouettes and colors.

ARTISTIC LICENSE: Pamella Roland is turning to the art world, namely T.J. Wilcox, for its fall collection and runway show.

Designer Pamella DeVos is partnering with the New York-based artist, whose current exhibition “In the Air” is on show at the Whitney Museum of American Art through Feb. 9. It features images and videos of New York as viewed by him through his studio windows — accordingly, DeVos’ fall designs will be informed by the city’s skyline as seen in Wilcox’s work, and translated in silhouettes and colors.

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In keeping with the Gotham-centric theme, Pamella Roland is also producing each style in the city’s Garment District. The show is scheduled at the Salon at Lincoln Center on Feb. 11.

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