$35 (1.5 hrs)
Nelda will share amusing stories of hosting Emilio Pucci Fashion shows at her home in the 1960’s, the Edgar J. Kaufmann Residence, Richard Neutra, 1946 with Emilio himself ‘in controlo’. Nelda’s friendship with photographer Slim Aarons will be explored and photos prominently featuring notable Palm Springs’ luminaries: including industrial designer Raymond Loewy, interior designer Steve Chase, actress Lita Baron, and model Helen Dzo Dzo will be discussed.
Trina will reflect on the visionary decision to open her first retail store in the once lackluster Uptown Palm Springs area in 2002, that today is the fashionable cornerstone of the revitalized Uptown Design District. Trina Turk, along with her late husband Jonathan Skow, founded the fashion label Trina Turk in 1995. Attendees of the event will gain insight into Trina's evolving lifestyle brand incorporating optimism, dynamic color and dazzling signature prints which celebrate California and all things Palm Springs.
Moderated by Annalisa Capurro, also known as Ms. Modernism, this event is certain to entertain and delight the audience.
Things to Know
18 and older.
Ample free parking is available in the Museum's parking lots and across the street in the multi-story parking structure.
Handicap parking is available.
There are some exterior and/or interior steps.
This event is wheelchair accessible.
The organizer of this event is Modernism Week.
The Annenberg Theater
Palm Springs Art Museum
101 Museum Dr
Palm Springs, CA. 92262
Photo Credits: Slim Aarons – Nelda Linsk collection – Trina Turk collection – David A. Lee
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