Manhattan Beach333 Manhattan Beach Blvd. Manhattan Beach , CA 90266T 310 303 3153
Sunday-Thursday 10AM to 6PM
Friday and Saturday 10AM to 7PM
Manhattan Beach’s brand new corner enclave, six blocks from the ocean, opened in November 2013, as Trina’s ninth retail location! With great natural light and floor to ceiling windows on two sides, the California modern loft-like space features the work of SimonGlover, Inc. and innovative, flexible floor fixtures, allowing freedom and movement in the store layout. The interior is a fusion of elements from Trina Turk boutiques in Palm Springs, Burlingame and Atlanta reflecting a strong, west coast beach influence. Merchandise will include women’s ready-to-wear, dresses, swimwear, recreation and a selection of the residential collection.
Burlingame1223 Burlingame Ave. Burlingame , CA 94010T 650 340 8540
Mon-Sat: 10AM to 6PM
Sun: 12PM to 5PM
Trina Turk’s first and only northern California outpost features a Big Sur vibe as its predominant inspiration. Modernist Los Angeles architect Barbara Bestor suspended striking, whitewashed beams from the ceiling and lined the walls with diagonal planks of reclaimed barn redwood in this suburban location halfway between San Francisco and Palo Alto. The Burlingame Avenue location, opened in July 2009, showcases a floor-to-ceiling glass exterior with dynamic and playful show windows, revitalizing retail in the newly revamped pedestrian neighborhood. Bestor, who also designed Trina’s showrooms in Los Angeles and New York, has mimicked some of these same features in the expanded Palm Springs flagship boutique.
Palm Springs891 N. Palm Canyon Dr. Palm Springs , CA 92262T 760 416 2856
Mon-Fri: 10AM to 5PM
Sat: 10AM to 6PM
Sun: 11AM to 5PM
Trina Turk Palm Springs, an Oasis of Style! Check out the expanded flagship boutique featuring Women’s Apparel, Accessories, Mr Turk Menswear, Swim + Spa, Recreation and Residential stores, all in one! Opened in 2002, the groundbreaking Trina Turk boutique is housed in a 1960s low-slung, glass-walled Albert Frey building in Palm Springs, California. Originally designed by Kelly Wearstler, the swank modern resort interior combined 1970s style with vintage flair.
Newly expanded in April 2012, the store now occupies the entire corner building and a luxuriously spacious 5,000 square feet, and has reinvigorated retail in the northern end of Palm Canyon Drive. Acclaimed architect Barbara Bestor reconfigured the entire space as a modernist, bohemian enclave, with walls of chevron wood and brown and white tiles that echo her work in the Burlingame boutique. Encompassing the iconic Trina Turk women’s apparel, Mr Turk menswear, Swim & Spa and Residential collections all under one roof, Trina Turk continues to revitalize the Uptown Design District, a perfect showcase for her entire "California chic" empire.
Fashion Island581 Newport Center Dr. Newport Beach , CA 92660T 949 717 7881
Mon-Fri: 10AM to 9PM
Sat: 10AM to 7PM
Sun: 11AM to 6PM
In Orange County, the Trina Turk Fashion Island boutique opened in November 2008. Trina Turk’s fourth boutique, the third designed by Kelly Wearstler, reflects the relaxed yet sophisticated style of Newport Beach. The bright, chic and feminine space features vintage-inspired, flower motif lighting, geometric lattice backdrops and a diagonally set marble floor.
The Woodlands9595 Six Pines Drive Suite 605 The Woodlands , TX 77380T 281 419 1149
Sunday 12PM - 6PM
Monday - Saturday 10AM - 9PM
The Trina Turk Market Street boutique is housed in a prime corner location with a brick exterior and arched windows. Inside, fabric arches mimic the building’s architecture and the décor blends influences from California architecture, featuring Modernist screen blocks and signature globe lighting, with designer, custom and vintage furnishings. Carrara marble, brass and lucite mix with magenta and metallic textiles to create an airy feminine vibe, and a luxurious shopping experience.
Fashion Outlets of Chicago
Fashion Outlets of Chicago5220 Fashion Outlets WaySuite 2030Rosemont , IL 60018T 847 233 0464
Monday to Saturday 10AM to 9PM
Sunday 10AM to 7PM
Designed by SimonGlover,Inc., who also designed the most recent Manhattan Beach boutique, Trina Turk's first Midwest location is an outlet store in the indoor Fashion Outlets of Chicago shopping mall, located one mile from Chicago O'Hare airport. Flexible floor fixtures are featured in a design that fuses elements of Trina Turk boutiques in Palm Springs, Burlingame and Atlanta. The store carries all Trina Turk lines and some made-for-outlet pieces.
Bal Harbour9700 Collins Ave. Bal Harbour , FL 33154T 305 861 8044
Mon-Sat: 10AM to 9PM
Sun: 12PM to 6PM
Trina Turk’s seventh retail location was inspired by the work of Morris Lapidus and mid-century Miami. Open in May 2010, the modernist architecture of the Bal Harbour Shops reflects Trina’s vintage-inspired sensibility. MR Architecture & Décor ably translated Trina Turk’s southern California beach aesthetic to its Miami counterpart, creating an accessible, unintimidating glamour with white accented by lime and aqua tones. Curved soffit lighting, concrete block latticework, vintage metal sunbursts and white terrazzo tiles convey fresh, effortless chic and fun. There’s even a special “guy sitting area” so gals can shop worry-free. It should be no surprise that the Bal Harbour location is now the #1 Trina Turk swimwear store.
Highland Park Village
Highland Park Village93 Highland Park Village Dallas , TX 75205T 972 201 3330
Mon-Sat: 10AM to 6PM
Sun: 12PM to 5PM
Reminiscent of a garden courtyard, Trina Turk’s bright Highland Park Village boutique is splashed with vibrant, emerald green popping against a neutral palette of white and ivory. Consistent with the iconic Spanish-style architecture of this historic landmark shopping center in Dallas, David Mann of MR Architecture & Décor conceived an arched canopy concept for the shop. Opened in July 2011, the store features gracefully curved seating accented with bright graphic print pillows and elegant arched alcoves that enticingly frame metallic sunbursts and Trina Turk’s seasonal collections.
Phipps Plaza3500 Peachtree Road Atlanta , GA 30326T 404 949 1444
Mon-Sat: 10AM to 9PM
Sun: 12PM to 5:30PM
The Trina Turk Atlanta Boutique in Buckhead is the brand’s eighth location and unveils a new store concept—a fresh and neutral backdrop inspired by the work of Richard Neutra and Donald Wexler, with visual and tactile sophistication created by subtle textures. MR Architecture + Décor, which also designed the Trina Turk Bal Harbour and Dallas stores, created a free-flowing space with a rich palette of contrasting elements in the 2,100 square foot store. Concrete block screens are positioned next to soft grey silk tussah walls. A sparkling, woven brass canopy floats above the smooth cream colored clay surface of herringbone patterned brick flooring blurring the lines between indoors and outdoors.
Los Angeles8008 West 3rd St. Los Angeles , CA 90048T 323 651 1382
Mon-Sat: 11AM to 6PM
Sun: 12PM to 6PM
Trina Turk’s first Los Angeles boutique was a former feather trim factory in the 1940s, now transformed into a ladylike and airy fashion salon by Kelly Wearstler. Eighty blown glass globe light fixtures appear like large bubbles floating overhead, creating the feeling of being inside a glass of pink champagne. Luxurious modern and vintage elements, such as nude moire wallpaper, blush pink tile, inlaid patterned carpet, plaster chandeliers, circular latticework and floor-to-ceiling angled plate glass windows combine to create an enchanting but elegant atmosphere. The LA boutique is located one block West of The Grove along the West 3rd Street Shopping District that connects The Grove and the Beverly Center. Kelly Wearstler also designed the original Trina Turk Palm Springs boutique and the Fashion Island, Newport Beach store.
New York67 Gansevoort St. New York , NY 10014T 212 206 7383
Mon-Sat: 11AM to 7PM
Sun: 12PM to 6PM
Trina Turk made a colorful splash in New York in December 2006, with her third signature boutique and first East Coast location. MR Architecture & Décor renovated the 1880’s landmark in lower Manhattan allowing Trina to showcase her coveted California flair in the historic, cobblestoned Meatpacking District. A fan of designer Jonathan Adler’s work at the Parker Palm Springs hotel, Trina felt his uninhibited style was a perfect match for her 1970s California vision for the urban East Coast. Fusing vintage and modern sensibilities into their creations, both share a love of vibrant palettes. Their collaborative efforts have resulted in white textures layered with splashes of teal, lichen green, mustard, coral and brown. Chic yet organic and natural motifs include macramé, sunburst carved doors salvaged from the Alan Ladd building in Palm Springs and a unique scrap lumber tree sculpture by Malcolm Hill in the rear alcove.