Join Modernism Week and our friends atAlfa Romeoin celebrating a taste of the good life at Frank Sinatras Twin Palms Estate. Enjoy private access for the evening to the beautiful estate that Frank Sinatra called home in Palm Springs. Sinatras stunning 1947 residence designed by Desert Modernist architect E. Stewart Williams will be the backdrop for a magnificent soiree where the tastes, sounds and sights will take you back to midcentury Italy, where Pucci-clad party hostesses greet you with an Aperol spritz, vintage Alfa Romeos serve as photo props, and Sinatra tunes mix with Mambo Italiano for a festive evening. Guests can explore the legendary house and property while enjoying delectable culinary delights and potent libations inspired by the iconic Italian style and seductive allure of Alfa Romeo luxury autos.
As the stories go, Frank Sinatra was the consummate Palm Springs host. When he resided at the Twin Palms estate, he was known to run a flag up between the two palm trees (which gave his iconic home its name Twin Palms) to let his friends know that his bar was open for happy hour. Dont miss this unique opportunity to step into the past and relive the festive days of the Twin Palms estate when Sinatra would hold court with his celebrity pals and music and cocktails flowed as freely as the desert breeze.
Attire: Italian-inspired vintage attire (Pucci, anyone?) encouraged but not required.
Proceeds from the event go to support Modernism Weeks educational programs, including scholarships and grants.