Trina Turk Spring/Summer 2015 Collection – New York Fashion Week

The Trina Turk spring/summer 2015 collection presented during the 2nd day of New York Fashion Week spring 2015 is the complete implementation of the designer’s idea “not to take anything too seriously” and live the life with an easy and laid-back attitude. According to the designer herself, the inspiration behind the collection was “the multicultural mix and Pop Art quality of the L.A. flower mart”. The collection in general had an early sixties feel about it and the models in their outfits reminded us of a ‘60s beach party with swimmers, surfers and people just enjoying the sun.

Trina Turk Spring/Summer 2015 Collection - New York Fashion Week
The fashion label Trina Turk represents a matchless collection of clothing designed both for men and women. The sources of inspiration for the designer and the founder of the label are all the cultures around the world, architecture, art and nature, in a word, everything beautiful that surrounds us. The Trina Turk company was founded in Los Angeles, CA back in 1995 and ever since it has quickly gained popularity among women all around the world. The clothes designed by Trina are absolutely gorgeous and elegant, and at the same time, rather comfortable and functional. Once you have purchased an item designed by this person of immense talent, we can assure you that you’ll be in the ranks of her loyal fans forever and will be coming back for more!
Original materials, innovative designs, bright colors and excellent tailoring have become the hallmark of Trina Turk. Trina Turk knows what today’s women want and there’s always something for every woman in her “fashion arsenal”. ” What I love is when I see Mom’s and daughters shopping together at our stores because I feel like that means we’ve got something for a really broad range of women”, says Trina.

Trina Turk Spring/Summer 2015 Collection - New York Fashion Week

Trina Turk Spring/Summer 2015 Collection - New York Fashion Week
The outfits in the Trina Turk spring/summer 2015 collection are colorful, energizing and creative, characterized with tastefully picked color and pattern combinations and a whole range of renovated and trendy designs, matched with classic forms like relaxed long-sleeved tops and A-line dresses not leaving the patterns like stripes and Polka dots out of the array either. Every single fashion piece comes carefully detailed and well thought over. The details like patterned headbands and ombre technique for accessories like handbags and clutches should also be mentioned here.
Finally, we can confidently claim that it’s the range of super cute and youthful pieces like shorts and chunky heeled open toe sandals that finish up the Trina Turk spring/summer 2015 collection securing the absolute success and diversity of combos. Trina, you killed it! Can summer 2015 get here already?

Trina Turk Spring/Summer 2015 Collection - New York Fashion Week

Trina Turk Spring/Summer 2015 Collection - New York Fashion Week

Photos courtesy of Stylebistro

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