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CALIFORNIA COOL WITH TRINA TURK
Wednesday, February 1, 2012 from 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM (PST)
San Francisco, United States
Design SF 2012 Keynote
101 Henry Adams Street
SF, Ca 94103
February 1, 2012
10:00 - 11:00 AM
It’s a design empire that started with a dress. In 1995, a California girl with a skill for sewing and a playful, approachable aesthetic launched her own clothing line. Soon stores including Barney’s, Fred Segal and Saks Fifth Avenue were lining up to get the latest looks from Trina Turk on their racks. But the dress was just the beginning. From the earliest days of her career, Turk’s personal passions -- travel, architecture and the landscape of Los Angeles -- were expressed through her designs. In 2008 Turk opened her first residential boutique next to her flagship Palm Springs store, where her mod, graphic patterns and fearless use of color translated perfectly to furnishings and accessories. Her trademark style had found its way out of the closet and into every room in the house -- not to mention to patio. In 2009 she introduced an indoor-outdoor fabric line with venerable home furnishings manufacturer F. Schumacher.
Turk will sit down with California Home+Design Executive Editor Erin Feher for a frank, funny and insightful conversation about finding your style, building your brand and why California is still the land of risk-takers and tastemakers. Audience questions and participation are highly encouraged.
About Erin Feher ~ An experienced interiors and architecture writer and esteemed member of the statewide design community, Erin Feher is the Executive Editor of California Home+Design. She directed a dramatic redesign of both the print magazine and californiahomedesign.com, implemented a dynamic social media program and has increased the visibility of both the CH+D brand and the company’s many partners through an engaging line up of thought-provoking panels, lively designer interviews and community celebrations. She is also the author of the forthcoming Great Houses of San Francisco:1875–1945, to be published by Acanthus Press in Fall 2012.
Sponsored by: California Home + Design and the San Francisco Design Center