Nearly 250 stores are found in FASHION SHOW MALL, including seven flagship department stores like Neiman Marcus, Macy's, Dillard's,Noordstrom, Robinson's May and Saks Fifth Avenue. At this shopping center, you can also dine at fine restaurants or in their food court, plus see actual fashion shows.
Open Monday to Saturday 10:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. and Sunday 12:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Another shopping area on the Las Vegas Strip. Located between The Planet Hollywood and Paris hotels, the Miracle Mile (formerly Desert Passage) offers 140 shop, restaurants and entertainment. While strolling, be sure and watch the hourly rainstorm located in front of Ben and Jerry's Ice Cream store.
What to buy: More affordable shopping than the Forum Shops.
Fashion Show Mall is located at 3200 Las Vegas Boulevard South on the Las Vegas Strip in Paradise, Nevada. With 1,888,151 ft² of space, this is one of the largest enclosed malls in the world. The mall has over 200 stores, 7 anchors, an elevated stage, a fashion runway, and the Cloud.Fashion shows occur in the Fashion Show Mall every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. The Cloud, at The Strip entrance is about 128 feet (39 m) above the sidewalk and is 480 feet (150 m) long. During the day, the structure provides shade for the entrance and at night it serves as a movie screen.The mall features several high end restaurants, some accessible from private entrances and elevators so they may operate when the mall is closed.For the winter holidays, the mall has scheduled snow storms inside.
The Fashion Show mall has expanded to nearly 2 million square feet, making it the largest shopping destination on the Strip, attracting more than 10 million visitors annually.
The mall is modern and bright, with wide aisles and plenty of seating to make shopping a relaxing experience. Saks, Macy's and Dillard's are roomy and inviting, and even when there's an overflow of shoppers, it's easy to make your way through. A giant, three-level Nordstrom and a Bloomingdale's Home are classy places to shop -- you won't be able to resist stopping in, even if your funds are running low (you can find beautiful items that are steals, however, such as picture frames, vases and the like). Neiman Marcus rounds out the beautifully-appointed department stores.
Along with the department stores, there are more than 200 boutique and chain shops. The expansion saw many of Fashion Show's best stores survive and added a number of cool shops, such as an Apple computer store, local clothing favorite Talulah G, a great variety of shoe stores and a wonderful Z Gallerie.
What to buy: The Fashion Show mall also features the Great Hall, a multimillion dollar event area that features an 80-foot retractable runway -- making it possible to have fashion shows at Fashion Show. There are house fashion shows, several days a week.One of the mall's most unique features is a large multimedia cloud outside the Strip entrance, making it possible for passersby to see what's going on inside. The cloud will be lighted nightly and combined with four moving video screens known as the Media Curve to broadcast special events occuring inside.
Not only do some of the stores in this mall have really nice things to sell, but then there are stuff thats really nice and expensive things to buy just in case you win real big! but don't forget that altough this is a gambling town, YOU still need to pay Sales Tax! at 7.5% (Oregon has no sales tax!) With a modeling show in the center of mall to watch while you shop or just enjoy completely watching girls changing there clothes real fast its here! With a runway that comes up out of the ground like opera productions.
The Mall has eight major department stores, which include Neiman Marcus, Saks Fifth Avenue, Macy's, Dillard's, Robinsons-May, Nordstrom and Bloomingdales. Additionally, there are a number of unique stores that are difficult to find in other locations. Cinnamon Girl is a Hawaiian-based company that sells girl’s and women’s floral print dresses. You can go high-tech at the Apple Store, where you can purchase a Macintosh computer, digital camcorder or other high-tech products. The store also features the entire family of iPod products.
Monday-Saturday: 10:00am-9:00pm; Sunday: 11:00am-7:00pm
What to pay: A LOT! prices here are on the expensive side! if you want discounts then go to the factory outlets about 40 miles from Vegas.
To call it just a mall would be to call Las Vegas just a desert town. A must-see tourist attraction in its own right, Fashion Outlets also offers unbelievable savings on top-of-the-line and designer merchandise.
What to buy: Fashion Outlets of Las Vegas offers over 100 designer outlets featuring clothing, accessories, handbags, shoes, home furnishings, specialty gifts and more - an unparalleled collection of famous manufacturer brand names all in an enclosed air-conditioned setting.
What to pay: It's worth the short ride to save up to 75% off at more than 100 designer outlets all in an enclosed air-conditioned setting.
Whether you've won money or not, you can still visit the outlet shops at either Las Vegas Outlet Center or the Las Vegas Premium Outlets. You can get discount coupons by registering your details for the VIP club at https://www.premiumoutlets.com/vip/ then print out the coupon and present it at guest services when you arrive at the outlet center. Goods are already cheap there, but become even cheaper with these free coupons!
Brand new women and men's higher end clothing store. One of prettiest stores in the mall. Its organized ,clean, great selection of different brands , t shirts, jeans,cargo pants, dresses,blazers,dress shirts. If your a serious shopper like me you'll walk out of there with a lot of bags.
Take a $15 taxi ride to the mall from the strip with a photo stop at the famous Las Vegas Sign.
The mall is an outlet. There are lots of footwear and sporting goods shops and the odd extra shops. Not the best outlet mall I have been to, but it appealled to my hubbie who had to buy an extra bag to bring everything home.
What to buy: Footwear and golf wear.
What to pay: $10 - $100 choice is yours
This shop is at both outlet malls in Las Vegas proper. It's great, everything in it (when I went) was $5-$10. It was great. You did have to search a bit and if you are bigger, then no luck. I'm regularily a size 12 and I'm snug in a size large there. But it is awesome. It's targetted to 15-30 years olds who want to be in casual clothes. It's not sporty or business clothing. Downside? No change rooms. You are winging it. Shirts fine, but I'm 5'11" and most pants and skirts off the shelf just don't cut it.
What to pay: $5-$10
Not just one shop. Lots of shops. It was great, as in BC there are not a lot of outlet stores here. I got some great brand name clothes here for a great price. I actually didn't buy much here for myself since I'd bought a lot the previous day but my cousin Regan did. There is a lot of good stores here for men ages 20-30. Lots of cool brand names. I got my brother an Oakley hoodie for only $30. It was great way to get some xmas shopping down. And I gotta say that this one is better than Las Vegas Outlet Centre as it was a bit bigger and had mostly the same stores with the same stuff. However this one is outside and if it is as hot as it can get in Las Vegas, Las Vegas Outlet Centre is indoors with airconditioning. But if you really like shopping, go to both. It's well worth it.
Just what the name implies, High end outlet stores. The trolley stops here so it's very easy to get to from any location on the strip. Shops include Chico's, Sketchers, D&G, Bose, you get the idea. A nice afternoon away from the slots.
This outlet has everything you need. Good shopping with discounted prices. You can find here Polo Ralph Lauren, Banana Republic, Coach, Theory, Lacoste, Kenneth Cole, Adidas, Calvin Klein, Puma, Quicksilver among many other well known brands and labels.
You will find very good prices here, so if you are in Las Vegas and willing to do some good shopping I advise you to come here. There are also many restaurants and food stalls in the Food Court, so you won't go hungry while you shop.
We told the hotel Valet that we wanted to go clothes shopping, and our taxi whisked us to the enormous Fashion Show Mall.
Our first plan was to have breakfast there and then to shop. We expected something like what we'd get here in Ireland - some fast food chains and some cosey homey cafes where we'd get a "proper" breakfast (juice, eggs, bacon, toast etc). We were disappointed. We arrived at 9.30 and were guided to the food court - it's ALL fast food outlets and the majority of them don't open until 10. An odd thing about them was that the staff were snappy and nasty. This is unlike any service I experienced anywhere else in Las Vegas.
The shops don't open until 10, either - so now point in getting there early.
Other than that it was terrific. There were all the big name stores - Maceys, Bloomingdales, Neiman Marcus; and many of the famous names - a great Louis Vuitton store for instance. In Maceys I got terrific kids designer clothes at knock down prices - brands such as Ralph Lauren, Tommy Hillfiger, Roca, and DKNY. Most of them were at less than half price. The staff in these shops were more than helpful. Unlike Rodeo Drive, even the staff in Louis Vuitton were down to earth and not a bit snooty.
I really enjoyed some of the shopping stalls and indulged in a nail art set at that stall.
The ABC store had an enormous selection of those delightful little tacky souvenirs that people at home love to get, especially kids and neighbours - pens, notebooks, key fobs, fridge magnets, girly cosmetics such a pretty lip glosses filled with flowers. I boughts lots there and this week they have brought lovely smiles to many teenage faces.
What to buy: You can buy absolutely anything you want in Las Vegas. I really recommend the kids designer clothes, as you won't get those bargains here. There are terrific sales everywhere. At the moment there appeared to be incredible shoe sales. Did I indulge? Yes. So much so, in fact, that I had to buy a second suitcase and got caught for excess luggage on the way home (in spite of the 100lb Delta limit). Oh the shame and the joy of it.
What to pay: A lot less than you would spend in Ireland, especially for the really good stuff.
I didnt like the old Fashion Show Mall I have to admit but at last the long awaited NEW Fashion Show Mall is now up and running and boy! What a fantastic experience! Everything from the usual to the not so usual plus my favourite the Apple Mac shop! You have to visit this mall it's almost on a par with the Beverly Hills Center ( http://www.seeing-stars.com/Shop/BeverlyCenter.shtml) I visited a few years ago! If you like shopping, you'll love this and the balcony restaurant (which is outside - a rareity for Las Vegas) is to die for. it looks out across the Wynn - brilliant!
What to buy: for that cheap and cheerful item that you can wear on holiday and then maybe dump when you get home go to Bay West - they always have a sale on.
For the surfing, ourdoor wear lovers amongst us visit Hollisters - people in the UK have never heard of it which is fun as everyone in the UK now has an Abercrombie and Fitch T-shirt which is now so passe!
almost all shops in Las Vegas are on sale during June. and it is during this time that the discounts are great and not the measly 5-10% discounts
even the outlets are on sale.
Nine West & Coach
Bath & Body
Generally, I love every product that they make. It's the one shop that I just have to visit everytime I go to the USA. they hold their semi-annual sale around 2nd or 3rd week of June. Everything is on sale. Lots of products are even on a buy 1 take 1 promo.
What to buy: Bath & Body items- lotions and creams
Nine West - leather shoes
If you want to do some budget shopping, or you just can't be bothered to wash any clothes, try the Belz Factory Outlet. This is a massive mall with all sorts of shops and you can get decent shirts, jeans etc, at good prices. You can get there by bus although you do have to change half way. A taxi to or from the Strip will cost about $25/30.