Trina Turk started her collection with a moody palette and rich, textured fabrics in mind, working geometric-patterned lace and metallic floral-printed jacquard throughout the lineup. The resulting collection — a juxtaposition of feminine frills and boyish charm — nodded to Turk’s secondary inspiration: the neo-noir films “L.A. Confidential” and “Chinatown.”

Speaking of the latter, it was easy to imagine Faye Dunaway in any of Turk’s looks, from cheeky, polka-dot pussy-bow blouses to the more demure camel trench paired with classic tattersall trousers. Midi-length skirts and dresses winked at elegant Thirties and Forties silhouettes, while Turk’s outerwear — a jacquard bomber and a white faux leather jacket — topped it all off with a dose of modern-day cool.

By  on February 7, 2017

Trina Turk started her collection with a moody palette and rich, textured fabrics in mind, working geometric-patterned lace and metallic floral-printed jacquard throughout the lineup. The resulting collection — a juxtaposition of feminine frills and boyish charm — nodded to Turk’s secondary inspiration: the neo-noir films “L.A. Confidential” and “Chinatown.”

Speaking of the latter, it was easy to imagine Faye Dunaway in any of Turk’s looks, from cheeky, polka-dot pussy-bow blouses to the more demure camel trench paired with classic tattersall trousers. Midi-length skirts and dresses winked at elegant Thirties and Forties silhouettes, while Turk’s outerwear — a jacquard bomber and a white faux leather jacket — topped it all off with a dose of modern-day cool.

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