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The Essential Vintage Palm Springs Travel Guide 2019

The Essential Vintage Palm Springs Travel Guide 2019
What is so great about Palm Springs, California? So many things, all of the things. One of the best things is the history here. Many celebrities have flocked here since the 20s, because there was a rule. It was the “two-hour rule”, which meant that celebrities had to be within two hours of LA so that they were able to return to the studio if they were needed. Palm Springs just so happened to be about two hours away and was a desert paradise. 
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The Essential Guide to Identifying Vintage

The Essential Guide to Identifying Vintage
Technically, items that are considered to be vintage fall between 20 and 100 years old. Crazy, huh? Anything older is considered an antique.  This means that anything from roughly 1919 to 1999 could be considered vintage. We learn something new every day! 
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Coachella Music Fest: A History Lesson

Coachella Music Fest: A History Lesson
It is almost as though the festival's origins were perfectly assembled to have its own unique aesthetic and to fit right into the Coachella Valley is houses itself in, drawing masses of crowds to see their favorite artists in the heat of day. 
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Ol' Blue Eyes and The Palms: Springing to Life

Ol' Blue Eyes and The Palms: Springing to Life
Although we more commonly know Sinatra for his proud Italian personality and belting some of his most listened and enriched jazz tunes in Hollywood, Sinatra's love and true home was that of Palm Springs.  Sing on Ol' Blue Eyes, while we bask in what you gave birth to in the desert modern oasis that you loved: Palm Springs. 
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Desert Modern: For those that still call it "Boho Chic"

Desert Modern: For those that still call it
The Desert Modern lifestyle was in development from the 1920s, but it wasn't until celebrities like Frank Sinatra with the building of the Twin Palms, amongst his other weekend getaways, that really catalyzed the coveting of the linear architectural style that seemed to be a perfect match made in heaven with the surrounding nature it built itself around.
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McQueen in Palm Springs: The Place to Be

McQueen in Palm Springs: The Place to Be
Why wouldn't you want to get away from all the razzmatazz of the hard celebrity life in a quaint, but still modern, bungalow? Where the air is crisp and the sky looks beautiful at sunset with the shades of purple and pink that fill the sky when the sun sets?
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