This season is a celebration of Versace’s strength-- Shown with ease, rock energy, and effortless luxury. The richness of Versace meets the attitude of the street which creates a fresh reality for day and a powerful statement at night.
The Versace woman is effortless, with 21st century glamour. She’s a real woman who loves luxury. Denim and leather jackets are the new blazer, while raffia skirts have a fresh liberating feel with lots of volume.
Shop the entire Spring collection at the Versace boutique located on the first level of The Shops at Crystals.
Tiffany & Co. presents new Atlas® jewelry with the striking beauty that made this celebrated design a fashion icon. The latest options trace the collection’s signature Roman numerals in designs symbolic of strength and freedom.
The versatility of Atlas® is achieved with graphic elements of utmost integrity that allows them to be shaped into a crisp pattern as distinctive as its inspiration: the Atlas clock that presides over Tiffany’s Fifth Avenue store, located at the crossroads of energy and evolution in the heart of New York City. This elegant pattern shines in new bangles, medallion pendants and band rings, as well as wide cuffs in a weave of numerals. Crafted in 18 karat yellow, white or rose gold, as well as sterling silver, the jewelry generates a sensuous play of light that casts a luster over dressing day and night.
From Malcolm X to Mad Men, browline glasses are inseparable from the style and spirit of the '50s and '60s, cultivating an air of intellectualism with a rebellious edge. Oliver Peoples effortlessly captures the appeal of this classic eyewear design with the Banks collection, a meticulous balance of premium acetates and finely filigreed metals.
Flattering for both men and women, the Banks collection is available in four colorways, comprising of minimally sleek black and luminously rich tortoise patterns. Each is outfitted with mineral glass lenses in an assortment of tints for top optical performance.
Inspired by vintage eyewear and designed to endure the test of time, the Banks collection is available at the ILORI boutique on the second level of The Shops at Crystals.
This May, iconic French beauty brand Sisley will open its first freestanding U.S. boutique at The Shops at Crystals in Las Vegas. Sisley’s prestigious skincare, makeup and fragrance collections will blend seamlessly within The Shops at Crystals’ extensive list of high-end luxury brands. The new 750-square-foot luxury beauty concept was designed to provide an indulgent and highly sensorial shopping experience with areas for private skincare consultations and full makeup applications. The boutique will also feature an exclusive spa cabine where customers can experience Sisley’s signature radiance-enhancing and anti-aging facial treatments.
Founded in 1976 by Hubert d’Ornano, Sisley is a French company specializing in the manufacture of innovative, and exceptionally high-quality cosmetic products. Sisley’s know-how is in phytotherapy and aromatherapy, using natural plant extracts and essential oils in skincare products, to guarantee immediately visible results on the skin. Sisley-Paris creates the highest quality products by selecting only the best plant species in each category. The dosage and synergy of these extracts is the secret to the exceptionally effective performance of Sisley skincare. This perfectionism has enabled Sisley-Paris to become one of the most prestigious and fastest growing cosmetic names in existence today.
Paris Fashion Week ended with a bang March 5, thanks to presentations by Louis Vuitton, Hermès and Miu Miu.
This was a defining moment for new LV designer Nicolas Ghesquière, formerly of Balenciaga, who took the reigns after a 14-year run by Marc Jacobs. Ghesquière’s first collection will be remembered for its distinct A-line shapes, which cued a 1960s vibe. His materials, however, were thoroughly 21st century: patchwork leathers, crocodile, industrial zippers, molded bodices and hand-sculpted feathers. My favorite looks were any of the dresses or skirts fashioned with front zippers and belts—which was just about everything. Thanks to its history, Louis Vuitton is indeed one of the “untouchable” houses, but Ghesquière hit a home run on his first effort, modernizing the portfolio and giving us all high hopes for what lies ahead.
Over at Miu Miu the runway focused on quilted nylon. It appeared as jackets, skirts and dresses, along with bold, snappy wool coats, both long and short. The key for designer Miuccia Prada was that nothing turns out too puffy. And she succeeded—except when it came to my favorite piece in the collection, a lapelled overcoat, which resembles a parti-colored standard poodle. As the clothing progressed in the show, Prada introduced every texture imaginable, including silk, brocade, knit and plastic. Fashion’s revolutionary spirit remains just that. In the audience, Rihanna was seen with Oscar winner Lupita Nyong'o.
At Hermès, Christophe Lemaire presented a subdued silhouette—long to mid-length—in highly texturized and luxurious fabrics. The palette was charcoal, camel, black and cream. Oversized suits and coats gave the runway looks a masculine feel. My favorite nuance of this collection was the varying styles of collars shown. We never knew what we were going to get next—a surprise around every turn.
For more from Paris Fashion Week, visit style.com to see a complete list of shows.
Melinda Sheckells - Guest Blogger and Editor, Crystals Magazine