Pamella Roland held her Spring 2016 runway show at the recently opened Whitney Museum, making it an ideal setting since the collection’s inspiration stemmed from American artist Frank Stella who was known for his work in the areas of post-painterly abstraction. Stella is also scheduled to have an exhibit at The Whitney later this month. There was a use of unconventional materials at times, such as reflective taffeta and LED fibers which opened the show in an ivory silk georgette strapless gown adorned in a liquid LED shrug, perhaps as a nod to the wave of futurism during the time of Mr. Stella’s earlier works. The collection featured what Roland is known for and why her celebrity clientele keeps returning: feminine cocktail and evening dresses in beautiful fabrics. She also added a stunning strapless multi color floral ombre jumpsuit in sequins and a sexy black silk romper with a beaded grid bodice to loosen up the nightlife.