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Vegas - 2017 - Issue 2 - Late Spring - Cher

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Wynn LVNV carries home décor treasures and the resort's own bed linens. HOME DÉCOR BACCARAT Here you'll find exquisite glass and colored-crystal tableware, home décor, lighting, and thoughtful gifts. INSIDER TIP: Look for Maison Francis Kurkdjian's Baccarat Rouge 540, a fragrance that fuses clear crystal with 24k gold powder at 540 degrees, creating a glowing scarlet color. The Forum Shops at Caesars, 702-693- 6877; LALIQUE Inspired by René Lalique's original glass pieces, this Shops at Crystals boutique carries the brand's sparkling line of vases, sculptures, clocks, chandeliers, and more. The Shops at Crystals, 702-507-2375; LAS VEGAS DESIGN CENTER At the Las Vegas Design Center's Design Salon, clients enjoy an unpar- alleled assortment of showrooms, plus personal-shopping services and consultations. INSIDER TIP: Unbeknownst to many, the center is open year-round to the public—not just to the trade—with showrooms such as Nourison, Safavieh, and Four Hands more than happy to sell to consumers. 495 S. Grand Central Pkwy., 702-599- 3093; PATINA DÉCOR In a city famous for its Rat Pack era and midcentury glam aesthetic, there are fewer décor treasures in the Downtown antiques corridor than you might think. Many of the best can be found at Patina Décor, whose knowledge- able owners are often the first call of established Las Vegas families looking to unload their history. The store has many regulars, and its gems go fast. INSIDER TIP: Many of Patina's best furniture pieces are in an off-site ware- house and are sold on If there's a specific item you're looking for, just ask. 1300 S. Main St., Ste. 140, 702-776-6222; RH GALLERY Commanding four levels and 60,000 square feet, this innovative new retail experience features artistic installations of home furnishings in a gallery setting, including an entire floor dedicated to RH Modern, with an integrated RH Contemporary Art Gallery. Tivoli Village, 775-464-0770; RIVER NORTH Once a pop-up boutique in Tivoli's The Market LV, this luxe décor shop now occupies a street-level store to showcase its selection of sexy-moody candles, home accessories, and furniture. Tivoli Village, 702-331-0344; WEST ELM Stock up on modern furniture, textiles, and kitchenware from one of the most popular décor brands in the market. It has just opened a second location, in Downtown Summerlin. The District at Green Valley Ranch, Henderson, 702-263-5083; Downtown Summerlin, 702-255-4030; WYNN LVNV Love the bed you're sleeping in at Wynn, or the towels in the bath? The resort's home store sells bed linens and exclusive bath products, as well as a carefully curated selection of art objects and home goods from design- ers like Gaetano Pesce, Taschen, and Jesurum. INSIDER TIP: Kevyn Wynn has brought the glamour back to entertaining at home with her line of elegant slippers, named after impor- tant women in her life. Seven designs are sold at Wynn LVNV. Wynn Las Vegas, 702-770-3470; Z GALLERIE Z Gallerie's offerings include both exclusive and brand-name home fur- nishings and décor pieces inspired by a variety of global styles. Fashion Show, 702-696-9733; HOTELS ARIA Details like triple-sheeted beds and thoughtful technology make Aria a draw, and natural light from floor-to- ceiling windows softens the sleek lines. The restaurants span the globe: Spanish from Julian Serrano, contem- porary American at Shawn McClain's Sage, with recent additions including Carbone, Bardot Brasserie, and Herringbone. INSIDER TIP: Aria's Sky Suites, with their separate indoor and outdoor entrances to the hotel and casino—and a new pool for suite guests only—let you stay close to all the action, the incredible CityCenter art collection, and the 80,000-square-foot spa, but still feel like you're in a bou- tique hotel. 702-590-7111; BELLAGIO With its blue-chip art, its seasonally rotating botanical displays in the massive conservatory, its dancing fountains, and the Michelin two-star restaurant Picasso, Bellagio pioneered sophistication on the Strip. Recent upgrades to the Lake Como-themed resort include the transformation of the dated restaurant Circo into Julian Serrano's Lago. Request a room with a lake view, enjoy a massage in a pool- side cabana, and sample liberally from master pâtissier Jean-Philippe's choco- late and pastry shop (or just ogle its chocolate fountain, the largest in the world). 702-693-7111; CAESARS PALACE One of the oldest hotels on the Strip continues to evolve with the recent debuts of its revamped Julius Tower and its Omnia Nightclub. Caesars is like a self-contained city, with many trendsetting restaurants, a massive buf- fet (Bacchanal), the Garden of the Gods pool area, and the adjoining Forum Shops (but prepare to walk, since the nearly 4,000-room hotel spans five towers). INSIDER TIP: The best rooms are in the Augustus and Octavius tow- ers; from Augustus's south side, you'll get the best views of Bellagio's foun- tains. 866-227-5938; COSMOPOLITAN OF LAS VEGAS The Cosmopolitan multiplies Vegas luxe to the nth power: a 100,000- square-foot casino, three pools, 32 spa treatment rooms and suites, a The SOURCE: SPACE VEGASMAGAZINE.COM  105

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