Palm Springs Life Magazine September 2018 (Hardbound)

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Palm Springs Life Magazine September 2018 – The Annual Desert Living Issue. (Hardbound)
Cover Photography by Greg Swales.

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Palm Springs Life Magazine September 2018

ANNUAL DESERT LIVING ISSUE 2018

VALLEY

The Journey of San Simeonita
A restored Little Tuscany mansion once owned by George and Rosalie Hearst boasts Charles Hollis Jones designs and attention to every detail.
By Winston Gieseke
Photographs by Lance Gerber

A Weekend at the Parker
Actress and activist Chloë Grace Moretz takes a weekend off the grid in the quietude of Parker Palm Springs.
Photographs by Greg Swales

Beauty to a Fault
A natural wonder and a ticking time bomb, the San Andreas attracts thrill seekers and strikes fear into those who live along its menacing path.
Photographs by Tom Brewster

The Sex Lives of Dates
Or, how a love-struck Midwesterner made sweet blondes and brunettes a Coachella Valley icon.
By Kent Black
Photographs by Bearleader Chronicle

Desert Dreamers VIII
In the eighth installment of our Desert Dreamers series, we celebrate the crooners who gave Palm Springs its enduring celebrity cachet.
By Kent Black

Publisher’s Letter

Horoscope

111 EAST

Iconica
A clear sign that you have arrived at a desert oasis and left behind the hustle and bustle of the city: the windmills.

Art
A wide-spanning, season-long exhibition explores a super region and the desert’s role within it.

Car Culture
Auto writer Steve Siler gets schooled in the 600-horsepower M5 at the BMW Performance Center in Thermal.

SPECIAL SECTIONS

The Style Guide

The Guide

Great Restaurants

ON THE COVER
Chloë Grace Moretz in Ulla Johnson polka-dot blouse, ullajohnson.com; Vitor Zerbinato black high-waisted shorts, vitorzerbinato.com.br; Naked Princess white bralette, nakedprincess.com; Anabela Chan diamond Paraíba earrings.
Photograph by Greg Swales

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