Palm Springs Life Magazine March 2019 - John Isner
Palm Springs Life Magazine March 2019
The Fashion Issue
This spring, bold, formal fashions channel the strength and spirit of the Indian Canyons.
Model Lydia Hearst
Photographs by Richard Bernardin
Fashion Editor: Amy Lu
Producer: Emily Chavous
Jay Thornton took his camera to the horse park to document the beauty and intensity behind the scenes at the elite HITS show-jumping event.
By Steven Biller
For almost a decade, the world has waited for John Isner to win at Indian Wells or one of the Grand Slams. He may have finally put all the pieces together.
By Kent Black
Photographs by Joe Scarnici
Tastes Like the Desert
What happens when five chefs bring the terroir of Greater Palm Springs to the James Beard House in Manhattan?
By Jessica Colley Clarke
Photographs by Amy Lombard
Christine Soto uses Dead or Alive bar as a platform to build community and innovate.
Rancho Mirage artist Elaine Mathews paints the Coachella Valley with love, passion, and precision.
Palm trees looked sad, but children were all smiles the day it snowed in 1979 in Palm Springs.
Much of the global presence and prestige of tennis stems from the financial backing of BNP Paribas, whose U.S. chief, Jean-Yves Fillion, returns this month to Indian Wells.
ACT for MS, Animal Samaritans, Desert AIDS Project, The Living Desert Zoo and Gardens, McCallum Theatre, Palm Springs Athena Awards, Palm Springs Gay Men’s Chorus, Waring International Piano Competition, Well in the Desert, and more.
Fashion Week El Paseo
Palm Desert Food & Wine
ON THE COVER
John Isner will appear at the 2019 BNP Paribas Open.
Photograph by Joe Scarnici/Getty Images