FOR visitors to Modernism Week, which ring-a-ding-dings today through Feb. 24, this illustrated guide shows some of the shopping that keeps Palm Springs on the design map. 1. Studio 111, 2675 N. Palm Canyon Drive, (760) 323-5104, has fine mid-century furniture and new ceramics by Stan Bitters. 2. 111 Antique Mall, 2500 N. Palm Canyon, (760) 864-9390, is a massive rummager's delight of retro and kitsch. 3. Las Palmas Antiques, 865 N. Palm Canyon, (760) 320-2411, specializes in early California Spanish styles and is the place for wrought-iron, tile tables and Monterey furniture. 4. Asylum, 844 N. Palm Canyon, (760) 864-1171, is where Hollywood glamour fans can put on the glitz. 5. Interior Illusions, 830 N. Palm Canyon, (760) 325-0300, has fashion-influenced finds. 6. Modern Way, 745 N. Palm Canyon, (760) 320-5455, has furniture by Pierre Cardin, Vladimir Kagan and Palm Springs designer Arthur Elrod. 7. Route 66 West, 668 N. Palm Canyon, (760) 322-6669, stocks cool glass, Bakelite and plastic. 8. Palm Springs Galleria, 457 N. Palm Canyon, (760) 323-4576, is a collection of shops with objects from tribal to modern. 9. Stewart Galleries, 191-A S. Indian Canyon Drive, (760) 325-0878, offers antiques, oils, folk art and vintage. 10. Backstreet Art District is a strip mall filled with affordable galleries, including Mondo at 2600 S. Cherokee Way, (760) 328-0713.