The bright colors, swirling and graphic patterns and slightly retro silhouettes of Trina Turk’s spring collection were consistent with her greatest hits. There were a few tweaks: The season’s colors and scarf prints were derived from Capri and the Amalfi Coast — which Turk visited over the summer — and reflected a Pucci-esque quality with their upbeat, swirling graphic geometry. A spaghetti-strap slip scarf dress was a fresh take on the traditional caftan and cropped kick-flare pants, a big trend carried over from fall, still felt fresh.
The collection’s most directional statement came from the men’s line Mr Turk, where preppy-ish shorts and polos were interspersed with a variety of rompers. Correction: “It’s not a romper,” Turk said. “It’s a short jumpsuit. I don’t think we should use the word romper for men.”