Shop the Oasis

A renowned mecca for vintage midcentury design, 
Greater Palm Springs is also a vibrant shopping destination 
with high-end designer and specialty shops

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Cabazon Outlets

Twenty minutes west of Palm Springs off Interstate 10 sits Cabazon Outlets, a popular shopping center that offers great deals on everything from accessories to athletic apparel and housewares.


photo courtesy of Desert Hills Premium Outlets

Desert Hills Premium Outlet includes stores like Burberry.


Desert Hills Premium Outlets

Located near the Cabazon Outlet stores is Desert Hills, a sophisticated outdoor mall that offers one of the country’s largest collections of designer outlets, including Burberry, Diane von Furstenberg, Dolce & Gabbana, and Prada.


Downtown Palm Springs

Palm Canyon Drive is home to a wide selection of boutiques and specialty stores ranging from local novelties and resort wear to antique shops and gifts, as well as an eclectic mix of restaurants and attractions.


Chelsea Lane,

Christopher Kennedy,

Destination PSP,


Olive A’ Sudden,

Salon 119,


El Paseo

This beautifully designed boulevard is a renowned shopping destination for luxury brands and chic boutiques. Refined jewelry stores, art galleries, and professional services including day spas, beauty bars, and interior design also line this lively mile-long street.

4 Seasons Swimwear, 760-340-2490

Ann Taylor,

The Art of Shaving,





Bud Johnson, 760-674-1709


Diane’s Beachwear,

Elegant Jewelry, 760-346-8535


El Paseo Jewelers,

Frasca Jewelers,

Gail Jewelers,

Grayse, pictured at right

The Jewelry Bar, 760-862-1809

Just Blow Drys,

Leeds & Son Fine Jewelers,


Marga’s Repeat Boutique,

Maison Felice,

Nina McLemore,

Out of the Closet, 760-773-9999

Pete Carlson’s Golf & Tennis,

Pompeii’s Men’s Fine Apparel,



St. John,

Tommy Bahama,


Wink Lash & Beauty Bar,


Palm Desert

The Body Deli,

The Fine Art of Design,


Old Town La Quinta

The spirit and architecture of Old California is reflected in this enchanting outdoor shopping village with one-of-a-kind shops and restaurants.

Gracies’s Emporium, 760-565-5512

La Quinta Olive Oil Company,



photo courtesy of at-hom

A vintage chair from At-Hom.


Perez Art and Design Center

Nestled in a Cathedral City strip mall is a cluster of retailers known as the Perez Art and Design Center. Housed in colorful warehouse-style buildings, these gems  showcase a plethora of midcentury modern furniture, as well as fine home accessories and décor.


Colin Fisher Studios, 760-324-7300


JP Denmark,

Modern Spaces,


photo courtesy of the city of rancho mirage

The River at Rancho Mirage.


The River at Rancho Mirage

Complete with a variety of shopping, dining, and entertainment options, this outdoor complex is tastefully designed with patios that overlook a waterfront of cascading waterfalls.


Rancho Mirage

Misty Consignments,

Scandinavian Designs,


Westfield Palm Desert

The Coachella Valley’s largest indoor mall features a wide range of retailers including Macy’s and many national brand stores, in addition to restaurants and a popular movie theater.


photo courtesy of trina turk

Trina Turk opened her first store on North Palm Canyon Drive.


Uptown Design District

North Palm Canyon Drive is a stylish stretch of interior décor and vintage retailers, art galleries, fashionable boutiques, and trendy eateries.

o2 Architecture,

a La MOD,

Bon Vivant Palm Springs,

Boulevard Vintage,

Brien O’Brien Salon,


Dazzles Antique Store, 760-327-1446

Déjà Vu Vintage Finery,

Dwight Polen,

Grace Home Furnishings,

Haya Modern Art Gallery,

Highest Form,

Just Fabulous,

Just Modern,



Palm Canyon Galleria,



Read Brown,

Shag The Store,

The Shops at Thirteen Forty Five,

Towne Palm Springs,

Trina Turk,

Wil Stiles,

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