Trendy. Eclectic. Walkable. Palm Springs is a treasure hunter paradise. Tucked along palm tree lined streets is a wonderful assortment of fashion and crafts boutiques, galleries, artist studios and vintage valuables. Many cafes and restaurants are squeezed between to allow you to rest your feet for a bite, latte or martini.
- Posted By: November 30, 2018
By Barbara Beckley
“We’re men about towne,” Brandon Hoskins says with a twinkle in his eye. That’s how he likes to describe himself and his partner Stephen Wilson. And so they are – as interior designers and co-owners of one of Palm Springs’ premiere interior décor boutiques, frequented by locals, visitors and fellow interior designers from LA to Paris.
- Posted By: July 09, 2018
- Posted By: Barbara Beckley March 06, 2017
Want to get your pilot’s wings? No need for lessons. Just step inside the gift shop at the Palm Springs Air Museum (www.palmspringsairmuseum.org). Choose from hundreds of authentic-looking pilots’ wings pins ranging from commercial airlines to military.
- Posted By: Barbara Beckley June 13, 2016
Surprise! Palm Springs most famous attraction --- the celebrated Palm Springs Aerial Tramway – is also a treasure trove of shopping opportunities.
Two great gift shops – one at the Valley Station (the mountain base where you buy your tickets) and one at the sky high Mountain Station two and a half miles above the valley floor – are packed with fabulous finds for everyone including celebrities.
- Posted By: Barbara Beckley November 02, 2015
Surprise! Palm Springs attractions are more than interesting – their stores are the ultimate in gift shopping. So do like the locals, and head to the nearest museum for trend-setting treasures. And of course, remember the golden rule – one for them and one for me.