A UCLA graduate who came back to Palm Springs to work for the family business, Tyler McLean started Splash House with his sister.
Palm Springs grew on Davis Meyer so much that she’s making a career of convincing the whole world to come visit.
Whether fireside or poolside, a mobile cocktail bar brings the party to wherever you are, whatever the season.
The ninth annual Shakti Fest sets up camp May 10–14 at the Joshua Tree Retreat Center featuring yoga, song, dance, seminars, and workshops.
A mod cactus garden has sprouted behind The Shops at Thirteen Forty-Five in Uptown Palm Springs aptly called The BackYard,
Step back in time with a stroll through this enchanting village. Follow Main Street’s cobblestone road between old Spanish Colonial–style buildings adorned with colorful tiles, twinkling lights, and pink bougainvillea. Trickling fountains and mountain views set the mood for romance, as do a host of restaurants. There’s something, too, about wintertime light in La Quinta: Golden hour is enhanced by
Celebrating midcentury design, retro Hollywood glamour, and all things festive, local retailers — from fashion to furniture — carry wares fit for those with flair.
Born with impeccable style, fashionisto Patrick McDonald became famous when photographer Bill Cunningham began splashing photos of him across The New York Times Style pages.
Oscar front-runner Julianne Moore is set to wow audiences at the Palm Springs International Film Festival with the desert premiere of her new indie film.
American designer Todd Oldham’s story is one of rags to riches — literally. In the 1980s, the design school graduate borrowed $100 from his parents to purchase 200 yards of cotton jersey. With it, he assembled his first apparel collection.