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All Saints at The Cosmopolitan Attracts Fashion-Forward Customers

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Special Racked correspondent and Eater New York's Nightlife Editor Scott Solish was in Las Vegas for the Grand Opening weekend at the Cosmopolitan Hotel and stopped by the new and mega All Saints store—the 10,000 square foot retail shop that is the centerpiece of the hotel's shopping collection. As Racked told you before, the looms and sewing machines were all there, in a well lit space offering a the British company's full line of women's, men's and even children's clothes—making shopping there fun for the whole family.

Much like the hotel guests in general, the store was filled with a different demographic than you would expect at a typical Vegas casino store—which usually seems to be tourists perusing high end chains like Louis Vuitton and Prada or plastic-y Vegas types looking for the perfect outfit to capture their inner Snooki. All Saints shoppers were a younger, more trendy set perusing the brand's fashion forward take on upscale casual design. Shoppers at new hotel-resort The Cosmpolitan could also peruse Beckley, hipster-friendly CRSVR (pronounced crossover) Sneaker Boutique, and the Dutch brand Droog. — Scott Solish
· All Saints opens with 1,100 sewing machines at The Cosmopolitan [Racked]
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