With both New York and London Fashion Week coming to an end, and Milan soon to follow, you might be wondering where your next fashion fix is going to come from. The major fashion capitals of the world have had their say on next season’s trends, so for a serious injection of style, consider a holiday to a world-famous shopping resort to pick up the gorgeous new designer looks and update your wardrobe.
While New York might be known for being the fashion hub of North America, Las Vegas is giving it a run for its money on the West Coast, with acres of Vegas shopping malls serving up the more luxurious in designer brands and the most convenient of high street retailers. The famous and iconic Via Bellagio is home to the shops every girl wants to shop at – Chanel, Dior, Gucci, Prada and Tiffany’s. Whether you’re splurging your hard-earned cash or window shopping to decide what you’re going to spend your casino winnings on, this stunning landmark is home to various lustworthy boutiques and is sure to take the breath away.
An attraction as well as a shopping mall, The Grand Canal Shoppes is perhaps the most picturesque shopping location in all of Las Vegas. It bears an amazing likeness to Venice, with an exact replica of the cities’ famous waterway and an array of shops, restaurants and even a nightclub. Luxury boutiques include Davidoff, Sephora and Hugo Boss, with celebrity chefs fronting eateries along the canal. Take a gondola ride to rest your feet between purchases or take in some of the daily performances put on in St Mark’s Square to keep shoppers entertained while they mull over their next big buy.
No trip to Las Vegas would be complete without a visit to the iconic Caesar’s Palace, and with a combination of high street and designer shops, The Forum is a great place to see the exclusive Burberry and Jimmy Choo rubbing shoulders with such high street brands as Abercrombie and Fitch and Gap. Not only does the impressive mall have 13 restaurants and a specially-constructed food court, The Forum also has an impressive array of speciality shops, whether you want to pick up some rhinestone-studded shoes or a bespoke crystal bookend. A recent extension saw 175,000 extra square footage added to the site, with extra levels and a spiral escalator twisting and curving towards a glass dome ceiling – the escalator is only the second of its kind in all of the United States.
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