A while back, I got to interview Kime Buzzelli, owner of the famous vintage shop, The End, for Palm Springs Life Magazine. Needless to say, this was one of my favorite interviews I've done - as everything that comes out of Kime's mouth is essentially a drop of desert wisdom. From her self prescribed 'fired art teacher' style to her empowering and inspiring perspective of what it means to be a woman in the desert, Kime is a true gem. It's easy to see how her wonderfully eclectic dreamland of a shop has accumulated a cult following that spans far beyond the desert itself.
In fact, The End is usually the first stop for any sartorially enthusiastic traveler - and there are many who make a trip to the high desert solely for the purpose of perusing her bountiful racks and shelves of pure vintage gold.
However, not everyone has the luxury of dropping everything for some serious desert shopping - which is why the next two weeks should leave any vintage lover in a straight-up tizzy. With the help of a very lovely team, The End Yucca Valley is having a virtual pop-up shop - that you can shop straight from your couch.
Since we had just gotten back to the desert, I had the pleasure of stopping by and playing with some of the goodies that are available in the shop - and man are the findings good! Expect lots of designer items, funky accessories, and dreamy threads. Here's a little peak of some of the offerings: