ONLY IN VEGAS: Tiffany & Co. has commissioned three exclusive pieces for its soon-to-open Las Vegas flagship in CityCenter’s Crystals retail Xanadu. The three cover a broad retail spectrum: a silver Las Vegas charm with playing card detailing and “Las Vegas” stamped on the back, which sells for $150; a $1,295 sterling “lucky charm” bracelet, and a diamond-encrusted Tiffany key in platinum that will retail for $15,000. “Vegas as a whole is a different animal than other markets, but we feel that we have a unique range that can reach the highest level of extravagance and the down-to-earth customer,” said Edward Gerard, Tiffany & Co.’s general vice president of retail. “Our new CityCenter store will have the broadest assortment of all U.S. stores at this location.” Tiffany already has stores in the Bellagio and Forum Shops at Caesar’s Palace; the Crystals store, combining polished black marble, stainless steel and iridescent mirrors, will be three stories high with an 85-foot-tall facade along Las Vegas Boulevard.
November 23, 2009
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Comme des Garçons feted its much-anticipated Beatles collection Friday night in Tokyo.
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