Talulah G

Talulah G

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750 S. Rampart Blvd., Boca Park Fashion Village, Las Vegas, NV 89145
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With a Harrods rumored to be on the way, Barneys opening a store in the Venetian’s new Palazzo wing, and multiple hotel arcades chockablock with high-end outlets, it’s easy to suffer from retail overload. Avoid it by hitting Talulah G, the perfect one-stop shop. The homegrown boutique was opened in 2001 by Meital Grantz, who carefully edits the selection of designer clothing. The store design may be nothing special, but the racks hold only the best from dozens of designers including Zac Posen, Missoni, Balmain, and Chloé.

 

Tip: If you are staying or playing in the Red Rock Casino, visit Talulah G’s other location in the Red Rock Resort.

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