Palm Springs

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When it comes time to bring home a souvenir from your vacation, ShermansTravel experts know just where to go. Whether it’s a high-end leather purse or an authentic, locally made craft, we show you which stores and markets to hit up for all your shopping needs – while highlighting the best steals and bargains in your destination.

Shopping in Palm Springs

El Paseo

Known as the Rodeo Drive of the Desert, this mile-long collection of over 300 high-end shops, boutiques, jewelers, and restaurants includes BCBG Max Azria, Brooks Brothers, Coach, Tiffany and Co., and L’Occitane, to name a few.

El Paseo, across from Gardens of El Paseo, CA, http://www.thegardensonelpaseo.com/
Tags: shopping | things to do

Fitzsu Society

This shop is stocked with a carefully chosen selection of goodies that pay homage to the desert modernism aesthetic. Housewares, gifts, books, and accessories like stem-less Alessi wine goblets, printed Royal Copenhagen china, Vitra clocks, and other unique one-off items can be scooped up at reasonable prices.

875 North Palm Canyon Dr., CA, 760-320-8811, www.fitzsu.com
Tags: shopping | editor pick | design | home | eclectic

Outlet Shopping

The Desert Hills Premium Outlets and adjacent Cabazon Outlets on the outskirts of Palm Springs offer the largest shopping areas in the valley. Among the 130 shops are YSL, Gucci, Bottega Veneta, Space (a vendor of Miu Miu and Prada), Theory, Barneys New York Outlet, Dolce & Gabbana, MaxMara, Diane von Fürstenberg, Diesel, and Kate Spade.

48750 Seminole Dr., CA, 951-922-3000, http://www.premiumoutlets.com/outlet/desert-hills
Tags: shopping | things to do | shopping mall | designer | menswear | factory outlet

PS Modern Way

Vintage Lucite tables, early Eames “Time Life” chairs, Gaetano Sciolari chandeliers, and Hollywood Regency patio furniture are for sale at this treasure trove of modern furniture sought out by designers from the four corners of the globe.

745 North Palm Canyon Dr., CA, 760-320-5455, www.psmodernway.com
Tags: shopping | design | home

Trina Turk

This clothing boutique is housed in a 1960s Albert Frey building with interiors done by Kelly Wearstler, making a fantastic showroom for Trina’s playful “California-chic” line of flashy womenswear. They also sell colorful menswear and vintage pieces with a “resort flair,” personally selected by Trina herself.

891 N. Palm Canyon Dr., CA, 760-416-2856, www.trinaturk.com
Tags: shopping | boutique | designer | menswear

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