Furnishings by the iconic midcentury designers, Charles and Ray Eames, receive a Modernism Week showcase, including one with grandson Eames Demetrios.
Jim Isermann’s wildly bright, sunshine-y approach to abstraction nods to the modernism of midcentury Palm Springs.
“This isn’t like walking into Pandora and seeing the same charm in every store,” says Jef Tims of his store, Hephaestus Jewelry, in Palm Springs.
How J.D. Horn, who parks his typewriter in Palm Springs, picked up an old manuscript and became a New York Times bestselling author.
Enlisted to customize a house at The Springs in Rancho Mirage, designer Sean Gaston took one look at the 1970s building and called in a demo crew.
Rita Coolidge returns to the desert for the LifeStream Blood Bank gala and recalls her time in the Palm Springs Follies and her music career.
After having her first child, Sara Evans took control of her career with a new-found level of confidence that led to her hit single “Born to Fly”.
Porsche builds its cars in Germany, but there may be no better place to own one than from Porsche Palm Springs where indiGO Auto Group has upped the experience.
For 100 years and counting, big thinkers like Nellie Coffman and her Desert Inn have come to the desert to innovate and transform the way we live.
A small-town vibe, 360 days of sunshine, and plenty of big-city amenities have made relocating to the Coachella Valley a “hot” thing to do.