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The Shops at Thirteen Forty Five

A unique collective of fourteen fashion and home decoration shops and galleries inside an iconic E. Stewart Williams building in Uptown Palm Springs.

Shops At Thirteen Forty Five


Déjà Vu Vintage Finery

Déjà Vu is stocked with both affordable and extravagant treasures from midcentury’s heyday. There are Bakelite bangles and embroidered caftans, to sleek black dresses and velvet smoking jackets for men.


Trina Turk

The Trina Turk boutique is housed in a 1960s low-slung, glass-walled Albert Frey building. You’ll find women’s apparel, footwear, recreation, handbags, Mr Turk menswear plus homewares, all with that unique 'California chic' style.

Trina Turk



A huge emporium packed full of authentic vintage jewelry as well as both small and large collectible pieces for inside the home and out on the patio.


Wil Stiles

Wil Stiles presents a well-edited collection of fashion and accessories for men and women, incorporating contemporary European sportswear with cruiser bicycles and chic sunglasses. Look for the great Syd Mead illustrations adorning the shop.

Wil Stiles


A la Mod

One of the biggest home decor showrooms in the area, besides midcentury gems you’ll also find pieces from the 80’s and 90’s including art, lighting and sculptures.


Bon Vivant

Located in the Palm Canyon Galleria, Bon Vivant offers the decorator and collector a wide variety of decorative and collectible home furnishings. It’s the ‘go to’ place for all your vintage glass needs.

Bon Vivant


Christopher Kennedy

Christopher Kennedy is a nationally-published interior and furniture designer based in Palm Springs. His store is always worth a visit to pick up unique and well-priced home décor pieces – big and small.


Candice Held

At the Candice Held boutique you’ll find her signature dresses made from recycled vintage silk scarves and other pieces that showcase her original textile designs in vibrant colors. There’s are also new and vintage jewelry pieces and designer sunglasses.

Candice Held



With a clientele including Hollywood celebs and SoCal designers, Gypsyland has something for everyone with a vast selection of midcentury furniture and décor pieces, clothing, jewelry, books and records.


Modern Way

Palm Springs' oldest dealer of vintage midcentury modern furnishings, Modern Way is the must see destination for anyone interested in finding unique treasures such as lucite seating, woven wall art, plush rugs and retro patio furniture.

Modern Way


Antique Galleries of Palm Springs

New, huge, and possibly one of the best sources for vintage pieces in the entire Coachella Valley with more than 12,000 square feet of air conditioned space containing art, apparel, books, furniture, glassware, jewelry, lighting and more.


The Frippery

The Frippery stocks vintage clothing and accessories made for the desert lifestyle - from poolside in Palm Springs to stargazing in Joshua Tree. Their collection includes mod, resort, bohemian and rock ‘n’ roll looks.

The Frippery


Just Fabulous

An upscale gift boutique and book store housed in an art deco building and featuring a wide selection of coffee table books, cards, calendars, candles, watches, novelties, home décor, art and imported music.



A fine art gallery dedicated solely to the art of Josh Agle - aka the well known and much celebrated Shag. There’s a large selection of rare artist proof prints, books, towels and other collectable merchandise unavailable elsewhere.

Shag Store


Flow Modern

Store focusing on the careful selection of fine vintage furniture and accessories that reflect the midcentury modern Palm Springs aesthetic. This includes Murano and Scandinavian art glass, studio pottery, vintage jewelry and accessories, and other unique objects for the home.

Flow Modern


Desert Hills Premium Outlets

Located approx 30 minutes outside of Palm Springs, you’ll find big discounts on well known designer labels such as Helmut Lang, Alexander McQueen, Bally, Gucci, Burberry, Prada, Dolce & Gabbana, YSL and so many more. Tip is to try and avoid the weekend when the masses descend.


Palm Springs Vintage Market

On the first Sunday of the month at the Camelot Theater, a diverse range of merchants sell vintage, retro and midcentury modern merchandise. It’s a magnificent chance to discover true treasures, set amid cactus and palm studded scenery.

Vintage Market