Spring has sprung and it is now time to start shopping for a new wardrobe. Some of you may know that the best shopping destinations in Las Vegas are hidden in the heart of The Strip. I know shopping in a big city can be overwhelming sometimes, so I am here to share with you my three favorite spots.
The Shops at Crystals
Located in between The Cosmopolitan and Aria, The Shops at Crystals is home to more than 15 unique flagship stores including Gucci, Louis Vuitton, Celine, and Tom Ford. Crystals is your one stop shop ‘til you drop destination. And if you love upscale shopping, this is the place for you.
Crystals is home to the largest Louis Vuitton in America. The three-story flagship filled with handbags, leather goods, RTW, and shoes. Last year, Audemars Piguet opened right next to Louis Vuitton. This year, Dsquared and Aquazzura claimed a spot in the mall as well. Enjoy lunch or dinner after shopping at the famous Mastro’s Ocean Club, encased in a giant tree house in the middle of Crystals… and you can’t leave without having a butter cake (trust us.) If you fancy something American, Wolfgang Puck is right next door.
My favorite modern luxury specialty store is located inside the Venetian. From Alexander Wang to Vetements, Barneys has it all. The incredible spiral staircase will take you to all the different levels starting with leather goods and cosmetics on the first floor, women’s on the second floor, men’s shoes and ready-to-wear on the third floor.
Barneys carries contemporary brands like Opening Ceremony, Helmut Lang, and Acne Studios to name a few. With a large selection of ready-to-wear, shoes, and accessories there is definitely something for everyone.
Street wear might not be the first thing that comes to mind when you think of Las Vegas, but Keeping New York Every Where or Knyew for short, is a local boutique home to the best street wear apparel. Knyew is conveniently located in China Town, a short drive from The Strip. They carry brands like Champion, Robert Geller, Faded Youth, and more.
Knyew also has their own line of not so basic basics. You can find pieces like vintage cargo jackets, knitwear, trousers, and caps that you can easily mix and match to create that perfect capsule wardrobe. Their private line is designed locally and made in the USA.