Palm Springs Life Magazine December 2018

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Palm Springs Life Magazine December 2018


From Here to Eternity
Walter and Leonore Annenberg invited presidents and diplomats to let down their guard and work toward world peace at their idyllic Sunnylands estate, which continues their tradition.
By Janice Kleinschmidt

Holiday Bling
Making spirits bright, these shimmering gold, diamond, crystal, tourmaline, spinel, and sapphire treasures promise a stylish New Year. Styled by Amy Lu
Photographs by Jeff Minton

California Dreamin'
Two years after taking charge of the Architecture and Design Center in Palm Springs, Brooke Hodge fully embraces desert living.
By Joan Page McKenna
Photographs by Jason Schmidt

Top Dentists
If you need a dentist, check our list to make sure you choose one with a good record and reputation.
Illustration by Oliver Munday

Editor's Letter

111 EAST

George Nelson, the designer whose marshmallow sofas, knobby clocks, and flying saucer lamps smack of the space race, also influenced Palm Springs' modern aesthetic.

El Mirador Tower stands the test of time in Palm Springs.

No joke, fruitcake, the maligned holiday treat, has a lot to give.

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Modernism Week Fall Preview, Palm Springs Block Party, Brian Marki exhibition, and celebrations for Les Dames d'Escoffier, Artists Council, Shelter From the Storm, and CVRep.



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Leonore and Walter Annenberg were not only philanthropists but also gracious hosts who saw their estate as a retreat to promote world peace.
Cover Image courtesy Annenberg Foundation Trust at Sunnylands