What's new on the Las Vegas fashion scene this month.
Viva Carioca! The fastest-growing Brazilian fashion label, Carmen Steffens, is bringing luxurious limited-edition leather shoes, bags, and other accessories to the store it’s opening this month in Fashion Show—only its fourth US location (there are 300 internationally). The brand, headed by creator Mario Spaniol’s wife, creative director Monalisa Spaniol (pictured), offers studded, laser-cut platforms like Winter’s Donatella and other fabulous, high-quality leather items, which are 80 percent made in São Paulo but seem 100 percent purpose-built for hard-partying Las Vegans. Fashion Show, 702-369-8382
White and black diamond turntable ring, Jason of Beverly Hills ($20,000)
Ring Out: Famed jewelry designer Jason of Beverly Hills has unveiled a lavish new limited-edition Liberace diamond turntable ring, sold exclusively at the jeweler’s Cosmopolitan Las Vegas boutique, and we imagine Liberace himself would be thrilled to wear this little number. The 14k gold knuckleduster contains more than 4.5 carats of white and black diamonds, each bearing its sequential number in the limited edition of five, and the flamboyant pianist’s signature. And with a portion of sales proceeds benefiting the Liberace Foundation for the Creative and Performing Arts, which provides scholarships to talented students, giving back never looked so glamorous. Cosmopolitan, 702-698-7655
Vice is its Own Reward: In Vegas, vice is a virtue, and no one knows that better than Jimmy Choo, whose three stores here (The Forum Shops at Caesars, Grand Canal Shoppes at Venetian and Palazzo, and The Shops at Crystals) all offer the new Vice collection of heavily embellished heels and bags, which take their inspiration from the seven deadly sins.
A New Brit in Town: Ted Baker London’s new Fashion Show store marries the lavishness of a bygone era of British gaming and Vegas pizzazz, with a handmade chandelier crafted from laser-cut crystals, smoked-glass mirrors, and a sculpture of 3,000 dice.