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Vegas - 2015 - Issue 5 - September - Fall Fashion - Kate King

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Three's Company AT WYNN, PRADA OPENS ITS THIRD-LARGEST BOUTIQUE. BY LISA FERRANDINO BITS AND PIECES The first piece of jewelry that Hermès produced, in 1927, was the Filet de Selle brace- let, a tribute to the luxury house's equestrian roots. Now the company is carrying on that tradition with its new Filet d'Or line. Available in rose- and white-gold with diamonds, the pieces incor- porate familiar designs, such as the Attelage buckle clasp and an updated Milanese mesh, as well as the bijoute- rie style of shaping metal with diamonds, as in the 1.56 carat Filet d'Or double ring ( ABOVE, $26,200), featuring no fewer than 287 sparklers. The Shops at Crystals, 702- 893-8900; IT'S NUDES TO ME With the reopening of Stuart Weitzman's reno- vated boutique in the Forum Shops at Caesars—the brand's original retail loca- tion, debuting in 1993—the company is producing six Swarovski crystal–encrusted interpretations of its pavé Nudist collection, all of them unique to Vegas. The dazzling patterns for the shoe-obsessed include posh polka dots, a turquoise chevron, glistening cam- oufl age, and the exclusive Queen of Hearts design, featuring a playing card of encrusted crystals and a red heart topped with a gold crown. 702-369-9222; — JULIANNE NEUMAN THE HOTTEST HAMPTONS EVENT— NOW IN VEGAS Shopping counts as a competitive sport in Las Vegas, and local retail athletes are gearing up for the arrival of a highly anticipated tour. The Ovarian Cancer Research Fund is bringing its Super Saturday shopping event to the Grand Canal Shoppes at Venetian and Palazzo. At this two-day extravaganza, shoppers can purchase luxurious footwear from Christian Louboutin, jacquard prints and embellished ready-to-wear looks from Tory Burch, signature dresses from Hervé Léger and Diane von Furstenberg, and much more, with special incentives offered by the 160 participating brands—and all of it benefi ts a worthy cause. At its events in LA and the Hamptons, Super Saturday has raised more than $65 million for ovarian cancer research. "Vegas is the ultimate fashion destination," says Janet LaFevre, senior marketing manager for the Grand Canal Shoppes and Fashion Show. "It's the only place in the world where you can shop every top designer and brand in one central location." September 19–20. Grand Canal Shoppes at Venetian and Palazzo, 702-414-4525;— SYDNEY HAMMER Prada's third boutique in Las Vegas has newly opened on the Wynn Esplanade—just in time for fall. It fea- tures women's and men's ready-to-wear pieces, leather goods, and accessories, as well as footwear from the Fall collec- tion's quintessential classics, like double-strapped Mary Janes and rub- ber-soled leather loafers. The shop's dramatic interior is framed by strips of black marble, with green fabric walls f lanking the brand's iconic black-and- white marble checkered f looring, while a mirrored portal leads guests from the women's space to the men's—a distinctive design element for even more distinctive fashions. Wynn Las Vegas, 702-770-7000; Take ankle boots to the next level with a chunky heel. Dior ($1,710). Via Bellagio, 702-731-1334; Gianvito Rossi ($1,065). Saks Fifth Avenue, Fashion Show, 702-733-8300; Stuart Weitzman ($465). The Forum Shops at Caesars, 702- 369-9222; Tory Burch ($595). Grand Canal Shoppes at Venetian and Palazzo, 702-369-0541; Valentino Garavani ($1,495). The Forum Shops at Caesars, 702-862-4653; feet first STACKED 52 VEGASMAGAZINE.COM STYLE Spotlight

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