Trina Turk, a lifestyle brand comprising 11 annual collections of chic women’s ready-to-wear and accessories including handbags, tech, footwear, jewelry, swimwear, and activewear. Mr. Turk, the menswear line, and residential décor and textiles. www.trinaturk.com
The Trina Turk brand started small in 1995, in a spare bedroom of her and husband Jonathan Skow’s Los Angeles home. She pulled inspiration from vintage cuts, bold colors, and striking patterns that complement every occasion.
This unique point of view was instantly embraced by department stores and specialty boutiques, receiving rave reviews. The rest is history.
Don’t take yourself too seriously!
Graphic, simple, with an occasional vintage ethnic garment — especially in the desert — and strong jewelry.
MUST-WEAR FOR DESERT COOL LOOKS
Wear white, wear color, wear prints — it’s more fun! As much as I love to wear black, it just doesn’t feel right in the desert.
Her Favorite Things
Our house, the Ship of the Desert! We try to escape to Palm Springs as often as we can.
COURTESY OF Golden Voice
Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival — this will be my fifth year at Coachella.
STEVE LEGATO PHOTOGRAPHY
BREAKFAST: We love Cheeky’s, but be forewarned — there can be a long wait!
DINNER: Tinto at The Saguaro for tapas.
Photo by GREGG FELSEN
I love Albert Frey’s second house in Palm Springs — a jewel box of a bachelor pad nestled up amongst the rocks.
COURTESY OF INTEGRATRON
The Integratron in Landers for a sound bath.
COURTESY OF DÈJÁ VU
COURTESY OF IMAGO GALLERIES
Imago Galleries in Palm Desert.
COURTESY OF MELVYN’S RESTAURANT
Melvyn’s at the Ingleside Inn, for a throwback to the ’60s.
The annual Palm Springs Modern Heritage Fund home tours — usually in November. We’ve been going on the tours for over 10 years.