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Behind the Scenes: Trina Turk's Fall 2010 Lookbook Photoshoot

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Most of the time, lookbooks (those flip-books of all the season's pieces that designers send out to press and sometimes have floating around near the till in their boutiques) are shot in a studio against an ordinary background, blah blah. So we're kind of obsessed with Trina Turk's fall-winter 2010 lookbook, which her husband, photographer Jonathan Snow, shot. Set in the high desert at the Joshua Tree National Monument, near Palm Springs, the photos capture the spirit and freedom of Turk's autumn "Field Trip" collection—all nature-inspired prints, uniform-styling details, tweeds, and touches of gold and leather.

We've got the scoop on everything that happened behind the scenes—check out Racked National's First Look behind-the-scenes video of the Trina Turk Fall 2010 lookbook photoshoot.

· Trina Turk Fall-Winter 2010 Lookbook [Official Site]