Social House inside The Shops at Crystals welcomes guests to an atmosphere of sushi, sake and socializing in celebration of Cinco de Mayo with Social Hour all weekend long May 3rd - 5th from 5pm – 8pm.
Mini Taco Trio - $10
(House made mini Gyoza tacos with Kobe beef , pickeled melon and micro cilantro)
Hoisin Duck Bao - $12
(Roast duck, hoisin, pickled cucumber and cilantro on Bao)
Angry Tuna Roll - $10
(Spicy tuna, jalapeno, avacado, sweet amazu ponzu onion - deep fried!)
Salmon Tartare - $5
(Salmon, wasabi cream, lemon soy, crispy shallot, house fried taro chips)
Sakura Roll - $9
(Pickled red pepper, cucmber, avacado, yamagobo, sundried tomato, soy paper)
Swing - $5
Rodan - $5
Sake Bombs - $5
Following the successful launch of the limited edition Harry Winston Hope Collection™ Bracelet, the House of Harry Winston is pleased to continue the gift of giving in a new, charming way.
On Thursday April 25th, the Roberto Cavalli boutique hosted The Shops at Crystals' Spring/Summer 2013 Magazine launch party. A celebration of fashion and photography, the event was booming with the sounds of DJ Alexandra Richard, daughter of rock legend Keith Richards. While sampling the delicious creations of Wolfgang Puck and the sparkling sensations of Piper-Heidsieck Champagne, Las Vegas’ finest got a sneak peek at the newest issue of the Crystals Magazine and Roberto Cavalli’s Spring/Summer 2013 Collection.
Spend $500. Enjoy 80 minutes of serenity.
In celebration of Mother’s Day, guests who spend $500 or more at any Crystals retailer during the month of May will receive a voucher to upgrade a 50-minute spa service to 80 minutes. The intimate Spa Salon Vdara offers a private escape featuring organic treatments that leave you feeling pure, healthy and thoroughly serene.
Located steps away behind Aria Resort & Casino.
Opening this June, a new installation by internationally acclaimed artist James Turrell will debut at The Shops at Crystals. The ‘James Turrell Installation at Crystals’ is the latest addition to the CityCenter Fine Art Collection, the first major permanent collection in Las Vegas integrated into a public space.
Central to the project is the transformation of the monorail station where light will immerse the space with color, in coordination with the arrival and departure of each train. In response to the unique architecture of the Daniel Libeskind-designed building, Turrell created a new visual experience for guests of the luxury fashion center. The installation will feature works that can be experienced from multiple vantage points – seen from afar as subtly changing planes of color or from within an area flooded with light.
“This installation continues the commitment of CityCenter to bring the most important artists and artworks to Las Vegas,” notes Jim Murren, chairman and CEO of MGM Resorts International. “James Turrell will create a visual experience never before seen, embodying the wonder of Las Vegas.”
The commission for Crystals incorporates many of the series from the extensive oeuvre Turrell has developed over the last four decades including Space Division, Wide Glass, and Shallow Space Construction. An artist whose works play with perception and the effect of light within a created space, Turrell believes human perception to be his true medium; in his words, “My art is about your seeing.”
Crystals will unveil the installation and monorail station on the occasion of four concurrent exhibitions of Turrell’s work at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art; the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York; the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston; and Kayne Griffin Corcoran in Los Angeles.
In addition to exhibiting at the world’s foremost museums and galleries, James Turrell is the recipient of a MacArthur Fellowship as well as a Guggenheim Fellowship, The University of Virginia’s Jefferson Medal for Architecture, a National Endowment for the Arts, Frankfurt’s Friedrich Prize and France awarded him its highest honor for the arts, making him a Commandeur de L’Order des Arts et des Letters.
Since 2009, CityCenter has dedicated considerable resources to cultivate an unparalleled corporate art collection. The CityCenter Fine Art Collection features works by acclaimed artists, sculptors, and visionaries including Antony Gormley, Jenny Holzer, Maya Lin, Richard Long, Henry Moore, Claes Oldenburg and Coosje van Bruggen, Nancy Rubins, and Frank Stella among others.