Palm Springs Life Magazine March 2016 (Tennis)
THE FASHION ISSUE
ON THE COVER –
Elora, a floral print strapless mermaid gown with appliqués. Photographed by Fredrik Brodén.
Special event covers:
Novak Djokovic photographed by Mark Harrison;
Plácido Domingo photographed by Rubén Martín.
Nobody but Novak
By Bill Dwyre.
The man playing better tennis than anybody on the planet also wants to make the world a better place to live.
By Elizabeth Jenkins.
Michael Costello’s gowns grace numerous celebrities. His star turn on Project Runway made him an overnight sensation. Is he surprised? Not in the least.
Photographs by Fab Bernandez. Styled by Oretta Corbelli.
She has the estate to herself, a closet full of fabulous clothes, and an active imagination.
Photographs by Jiro Schneider. Styled by Jules Moore.
Blaze your own trail. Look good in the process. Then shred it.
A Tale of Two Owners
By Lisa Marie Hart.
The new homeowners of the last residence designed by E. Stewart Williams share the original owners’ passion for the house.
HOMES: Rock of Ages
A modern stone-wrought wonder perches atop one of Palm Springs’ most exclusive neighborhoods.
CAMEO: El Maestro
He has sung nearly every role in every opera in every major opera house. Finally, the great Plácido makes his Palm Springs debut.
ART: Replaying the Classics
Heather James mines a treasure trove of artwork by Calder and Picasso for a season–long exhibition.
BEAUTY: Chemical Reaction
Sometimes the best skin care goes back to nature.
GOLF: Old School
Toscana’s final nine holes of its North Course are open … and at Bill Harmon’s new Performance Center, old duffers can learn new tricks.
FOOD: Wanna Date?
Agronomists once introduced a little known Middle Eastern delicacy to the Coachella Valley. A century later, success has proved to be sweet.
and our contributors.
From the film festival to the Eisenhower gala, we have both the fun and intimate moments.
By Sheryl Nova.
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