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LA designer Trina Turk has partnered with legwear maker Hue to create a capsule collection, which will be shown in her spring runway show in NYC in September, as well as sold in-store at department stores Neiman Marcus, Nordstrom and Bloomingdale's.
Per WWD, the collection, which will retail for $28, takes from her Miami Vice-themed spring collection and "ranges from neon sheer washes in turquoise, magenta and yellow to geometric prints in diagonal mazes and stripes."
Following labels such as Tracy Reese and Tibi, which have also been in the Hue Guest Designer Program, this is Turk's first foray into hosiery, but said "it was similar to developing any product." The photo right (via WWD) shows a couple pieces from the vibrantly printed collection.
· Hanging with Hue [WWD, subscription req]