Vegas has it all—big-name brands, funky one-off boutiques, and plenty of kitsch.
Crystals at CityCenter: The mixed-use development is chockablock with designer boutiques: Louis Vuitton, Eres, Gucci. Add in the cinematic draws—Fendi’s scale model of Rome’s Trevi Fountain; a full fashion runway at Roberto Cavalli—and you have a seriously stimulating retail experience.
Forum Shops at Caesars: This over-the-top Roman extravaganza contains one of the three Tiffany & Co. stores on the Strip, as well as Valentino, Hublot, and the U.S.’s second Alfred Dunhill store.
Shoppes at the Palazzo: The airy space is anchored by Barneys and holds eye-popping shops, including Van Cleef & Arpels, Charriol, and more.
Patina Décor: It’s all about the well-chosen selection of vintage furnishings here, from Hollywood Regency tables to Midcentury Modern barware. Just try going home without ordering a wing chair that’s been creatively reupholstered in candy colors.
Electric Lemonade: Pieces by emerging designers are displayed like art at Electric Lemonade. Look out for throwback concert T-shirts, 1960’s dresses, and retro jewelry and sunglasses.