Monday Muse: Vintage Treasures Inspire Pam & Gela Fall 2015

Pam & Gela Fall 2015

Pam & Gela Fall 2015

Say what you want about Pam & Gela. They don’t push the fashion envelope forward? They’re too commercial? They’ll laugh it all off, leaving a wake of rhinestones and fringe in their wedge-soled footsteps. Why? Because the clothes they make are selling, and girls — celebs and real shoppers alike — are all buying into the world of L.A. bohemia that the brand stands for. This season, the contemporary line has tapping into the thrill of the hunt.

Part of living in Los Angeles is scouring the Rose Bowl Flea Market and vintage shops for chubby furs, fringed vests and suede everything, but there’s something to be said about just heading to Saks or Bloomingdale’s and finding it all there on gleaming, pristine racks. P&G have done just that, offering up the pieces that girls are searching for high and low, all in a collection that will have L.A. babes and vintage mavens worldwide swiping their credit cards.

Pam & Gela Fall 2015

Pam & Gela Fall 2015

Last season, everyone’s attention was set squarely on the terry “jeans” that the designing duo created, and they were back, but this time, they were joined with faux furs, bohemian-tinged tunics and plenty of leather pieces. It’s the type of thing girls hope for with every trip to the Goodwill or the Salvation Army. But instead of coming up with mothball scented disappointment, Pam & Gela have created those pieces with the perfect modern cuts and easy-to-wear fabrics. Knits were loose and cozy, leather pants were second-skin and there was fringe on just about everything. Festival fashion is being thrown around more often than ever, but in the world of Pam & Gela, every day is chance to live out the desert chic, boho babe fantasies that seem so far away during a trudge through the 9 to 5.

For more information, visit www.pamandgela.com.

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Author:Christopher Luu for Fashion Trends Daily

Christopher Luu is a Fashion Trends Daily Senior Writer and Menswear Editor.