Trina Turk Debuts Cabana at St. Regis Princeville

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If your oh-so-fashionable clients want cabanas a bit more exotic than classic white, they should head to HawaiiThe St. Regis Princeville Resort on Kauai recently partnered with California fashion designer Trina Turk to unveil an exclusive Trina Turk Beach Cabana on the property, the first of its kind. Marking Trina Turk’s first partnership with a resort, the one-of-a-kind cabana is draped in her Trina Turk Indoor/Outdoor collection for home furnishings manufacturer Schumacher.
We hear the Trina Turk Designer Cabana has views of the Na Pali Coast and Hanalei Bay. The Trina Turk Designer Cabana reflects Trina’s love of color and print combined with elements from the natural atmosphere of Kauai that surrounds the St. Regis resort, incorporating azure and ochre hues with the resort-centric patterns of the label’s classic look.
The cabana has a chaise lounge accented by lush throw pillows in matching graphic patterns, side tables, ceiling fan, and refrigerator all situated under the cabana drapery, as well as personalized amenities curated by Trina Turk herself. (Think an iPad pre-loaded with Trina’s favorite magazines, games, applications and websites; as well as access to a special Trina Turk-inspired cocktail and lunch menu to enjoy while lounging poolside; and more.) Couples can use the cabana for romantic beachside dinners, complete with a colorful Trina Turk tablecloth, elegant white china, sparkling glassware and azure ceramic hurricane lamps, all of which have been handpicked by Trina herself.
The St. Regis Princeville is located at 5520 Ka Haku Road on Kauai. Visit for more information.

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