Fresh off her fragrance debut and an outdoor celebration dinner with the Whitney Museum of American Art, Pamella Roland is ready to keep the party going. The go-to designer for the woman who typically has a full social calendar is leaning into her brand DNA just as the world is emerging, creating a collection based on the colors one might find at a garden tea party. Roland said treats like macarons, berries and colorful flowers inspired her joyful resort collection. “It’s time to let go of the drab and move into a colorful world,” she said.

The look: Feminine and exuberant party and event dresses, for any age.

Quote of note: “Recently buyers have been reaching out asking for more clothes, they cannot keep stock. People really are getting ready to dress up again, and they want color.”

Key pieces: Column gowns, opera coats, shorter party frocks with lots of embellishments like cut feathers with crystals, printed tulles and new satin fabrications.

The takeaway: Now that the world wants to dress up again and events like weddings and birthdays resume, Roland offers classic styles with girlish charm for women who are gearing up for a full schedule of things to do.