Riverside County Sheriff’s Deputy Jonathan Cosby earned the Rick Espinoza Distinguished Service Award for his heroic actions at Eisenhower Medical Center.
Candice Held, along with Kavita Mehta, and Trish McFarlane share their approach to fashion style through the lens of Greater Palm Springs.
Joe Diaz, a concierge of the Renaissance Indian Wells, was presented the prestigious honor, along with a diamond pin, by Raju Mehta of El Paseo Jewelers at the 23rd annual Concierge of the Year Awards. In addition, Palm Springs Life Community Relations & Events Director Michael Mathews presented Diaz with a check for $1,000. The elegant event featured hors d’oeurves
Palm Springs Life recently brought together the best of the Coachella Valley’s medical profession for an elegant reception hosted by El Paseo Jewelers and owner Raju Mehta. In the July issue of Palm Springs Life, more than 100 leading practitioners in over 30 specialties were recognized. The magazine partnered with Castle Connolly Medical Ltd., a healthcare and research and information
Over 100 lawyers named by their peers as among the Coachella Valley’s best attended an elegant Top Lawyers reception at Coda Gallery in Palm Desert. Guests engaged in lively conversation while taking in the gallery’s vast collection of contemporary art work and enjoying food and wine sponsored by TRIO’s Liquid Catering and vodka cocktails by Vektor. In recognition of their
The El Paseo Jewelers Fashion Week El Paseo Divas wrapped up the 2017 season in high style at Vicky’s of Santa Fe in Indian Wells. The divas were greeted by shiny Rolls Royce automobiles courtesy of indiGO Auto Group, Rolls Royce Rancho Mirage. Once inside, they mixed and mingled, swapped stories about which designer was their favorite at a wine
A sea of black dresses dotted with white fedoras, Mr. Turk blazers, and glints of sequined fabrics spilled into chairs lining the Fashion Week El Paseo catwalk Monday night. Guests mingled as they found their seats, a steady hum of squeals and chatter suggesting all were eager for the main event: “From El Paseo to Everywhere.” Democracy clothing was one