Sean Gaston Curates A Pop-Up In Palm SpringsAuthor:Philip Ferrato
Sean Gaston, the eclectic tastemaker whose work has frequently graced the pages of CH+D, will curate a pop-up shop at The Shops at Thirteen Forty Five, choosing a selection from the dealer/designer collective as well as products from his own collection, including items by design luminaries like Dorothy Draper and Milo Baughman. Always worth a visit, Thirteen Forty Five is housed in a classic Mid-Century building originally designed by E. Stewart Williams (and photographed by Julius Shulman) for Las Palmas developer Harold Hicks.
Coinciding with Palm Springs Modernism Week, Gaston’s stylish pop-up will open on Saturday, February 14th from 5:00pm-8:00pm, and continue for six weeks until the end of March.
Visit: The Shops At Thirteen Forty Five, 1345 North Palm Canyon Drive, Palm Springs, CA 92262, 760-460-0480
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