Monday Muse: Pam & Gela Go Laid-Back & Luxe

Pam & Gela Spring 2017

Pam & Gela Spring 2017

In 1997, Gela Nash-Taylor and Pamela Skaist-Levy started a little company called Juicy Couture. Well, we know where that went. The pair’s second act, Pam & Gela, has always embraced a certain kind of laid-back Cali luxe, but this season, the two have embraced the items that brought so much glitter to their world the first time around: track pants and coordinating jackets.

Though P&G have always offered riffs on athleisure-friendly offerings, this time around, the dressed-up sweats come with styled rips and holes as well as racing stripes and motifs pulled from LACMA’s Japanese porcelain collection. The resulting embroideries are in line with fashion’s new obsession with souvenir jackets (blame Gucci, blame it all on Gucci).

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Pam & Gela Spring 2017

Pam & Gela Spring 2017

Since Nash-Taylor and Skaist-Levy have always known exactly what women want to wear, the spring 2017 collection included plenty of options for everyone, whether or not they even remember Juicy Couture. Super-soft cargo pants were paired with cozy knits that looked moth-eaten and tattered in the best way. In addition to graphic stripes in black and white, camo played a huge part in the collection. It showed up on a trench coat and pants, too — and it’ll show up on Hollywoods PYTs when they get snapped for People and Us Weekly. 

The spring 2017 collection wasn’t just a preview of things to come. P&G’s presentation included the Collective, Pam & Gela’s new buy-now-wear-now capsule collection. Pieces are all available now and totally customizable — select items can be embroidered and customized with anything customers want.

For more information, visit www.pamandgela.com.

Images courtesy Vogue

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