Trina Turk and Mr. Turk Close Scottsdale Fashion Week 2018

Bold colors and joyful patterns make a perfect runway show

Scottsdale Fashion Week, presented by Purely Sedona, returned Feb. 21 – 25 at various luxury venues in Scottsdale.

On Sat., Feb. 24, internationally renowned designers Trina Turk and Mr. Turk showcased their latest ready-to-wear collections at Mountain Shadows.

Designer Turk draws her influence from the vibrant culture of Los Angeles, using her keen eye for style to use a bohemian aesthetic with joyful patterns and bold colors. Her signature resort wear designs have been worn by many celebrities including Taylor Swift, Viola Davis, Kate Hudson, Carrie Underwood and Alyssa Milano. Through her chic women’s ready-to-wear, swim, jewelry, accessories, eyewear and active wear collections, Turk established herself as an iconic fixture in luxury fashion.

Following the success of her women’s line, Turk then turned her attention to men’s swimwear and launched Mr. Turk, a collaboration with her husband Jonathan Skow, who is the brand’s primary creative designer.

The Mr. Turk line focuses on simple silhouettes and intricate patterns which encompass the quintessential Turk style. Mr. Turk is designed to appeal to men who are daring and aim to be bold with their fashion choices. Skow’s work within the industry transcends fashion design, as he is also a renowned photographer whose work has been featured in Harper’s Bazaar, Esquire and Vanity Fair, to name a few. He is also known for his celebrity portraits which include A-listers Naomi Watts, Alicia Keys and Zac Efron.

Here are a few trends noticed on the runway.

PHOTOS COURTESY OF SCOTTSDALE FASHION WEEK

STATEMENT STRIPES

 

IN FULL BLOOM FOR SPRING

 

GARDEN PARTY-READY SUITS 

 

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