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Fontainebleau LV Unveils Luxury Retailers

Roster includes Chrome Hearts, Giuseppe Zanotti and Missoni.

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Fontainebleau LV Unveils Luxury Retailers
Unique to the Fontainebleau Las Vegas is Morris & Co., named for the architect of the original hotel in Miami Beach. PHOTO: Courtesy of Fontainebleau Las Vegas

Fontainebleau Las Vegas has revealed the first tenants in an onsite luxury retail experience that consists of eight distinct concepts seamlessly integrated within 90,000 square feet across two levels. Initial tenants include Chrome Hearts, Missoni and Giuseppe Zanotti, alongside several Fontainebleau Development original concepts.

“Our approach to retail is centered around ‘unexpected gems’ – curating luxury brands and products that are not commonly found on the Strip,” says Fontainebleau Development VP Corporate Retail Brooke Soffer. “Just as we have done for decades, we have sought out brand partners beyond the traditional, emphasizing uniqueness and the ability to develop a connection with our guests. This way, every interaction between guests and our retail partners becomes part of their Fontainebleau Las Vegas memories. They’re able to look at every piece as a beloved keepsake from their time with us.”

The first wave of retail concepts is opening on Dec. 13, which is also the opening date for the Fontainebleau complex (a western sibling to its famed counterpart in Miami Beach, Fla.). In addition to the brands mentioned above, tenants will include:

Ora – A Fontainebleau Las Vegas original, Ora offers designer jewelry, handbags, fragrance, and more. The store also features luxury sunglass curation from Kering brands such as Gucci, Bottega Veneta, Saint Laurent and more.

Lapis – Located at the entrance to the second floor Lapis Spa & Wellness, this 1300-square-foot destination (which originated at Fontainebleau Miami Beach), offers skin care and makeup, activewear, casual loungewear, lingerie, jewelry and gifting options.

Morris & Co. – Taking its name from Morris Lapidus, the acclaimed architect behind Fontainebleau Miami Beach, Morris & Co. offers designer jewelry, accessories, luxurious gifts & accessories, branded merchandise and more. The 2400-square-foot store is located adjacent to the fitness center.

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The complex housing the retailers is a 67-story, vertically integrated luxury resort that includes 3644 luxury hotel rooms and suites, 550,000 square feet of meeting and convention space, 150,000 square feet of gaming space, a collection of restaurants and shops, several pools, nightlife spots, and spa/wellness offerings. Located at 2777 S. Las Vegas Blvd., adjacent to the Las Vegas Convention Center expansion, the destination is a creation of Fontainebleau Development in partnership with Koch Real Estate Investments.

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