Style Scoop


More to Love: Swimsuitsforall.com is hosting a Plus Size Bathing Beauty Model Search from 6 to 8 p.m. today at Cool Blue Talent, 4305 Dean Martin Drive, No. 185 in Las Vegas. Women ages 18-80, sizes 10-24 are encouraged to enter. Candidates need to bring at least one photo. Pat Swift, The Curvy Fashion Forecaster, will choose models to walk the runway in The Curvy Revolution fashion show at Planet Hollywood in February. One winner will receive a complete bathing suit wardrobe and more. Call 207-2500 for more information.

Hot for Teacher: Too Hottie Salon is offering 20 percent off haircuts to Clark County School District teachers and students 18 and under. The special lasts through Saturday, and Sunday only it's a 50 percent discount. Call 862-4688 for more information.

Open House: Anthem Country Club is holding a Planning Party from 5 to 8 p.m. Saturday to provide brides and party hosts an intimate setting to make their planning selections. Wedding professionals will be on site to provide tips and samples. The event is free. Guests need to call 614-5002 for gate access and more information.

Crystal Clear: Crystals at CityCenter will open several fashion favorites this fall, including a three-level, 21,000-square-foot Prada store, Vegas' first Stella McCartney and Donna Karan boutiques, Emilio Pucci, Yves Saint Laurent, Gucci, Balenciaga and Harry Winston.

Watch Out: Cartier has relocated and reopened its boutique at the Forum Shops at Caesars. The boutique, which went from 1,284 square feet to 2,870 square feet, features a concept designed by renowned architect Bruno Moinard. It's located at the in front of the Fountain of the Gods and continues to carry one-of-a-kind Cartier designs and signature jewelry collections.

Sak it to Me: Check out Saks Fifth Avenue's fall arrivals in WEAR and enter for a chance to win a $250 WEAR gift card now through Sept. 4. A La Vie 18 representative will be available Sept. 2, noon to 3 p.m., to help with wardrobe updates this fall. Enjoy live modeling, iced coffee and biscotti.

Head of the Class: White House Black Market boutiques in town are offering schoolteachers 15 percent off purchases now through Sept. 6 for its Teaching is Beautiful program.

What Suits You: For one day only, Nov. 12, United Way's Women's Leadership Council will collect gently used suits and professional attire to be donated to local area shelters and nonprofits that assist women in need. Drive-through donations can be made in the United Way parking lot on 1660 E. Flamingo Road.

Skin is In: Kiehl's, the New York-based seller of fine quality skin and hair care products, has opened a new store in Dillard's at the Galleria at Sunset.

Presidential Primping: Stylist to Michelle Obama, Johnny Wright, will be participating in the SoftSheen-Carson style booth starting at 6 p.m. Friday at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center during Steve Harvey's Hoodie Award weekend. Guests will have a chance to meet and greet Wright and ask hair questions. Tickets are $57.75.

Spa Specials: National Spa Week is Sept. 13-19 in Las Vegas with the latest and greatest services for just $50. The Spa at Aria, The Mirage Spa and Vdara Health & Beauty are just some of the spas participating. Log onto spaweek.com Monday for a complete list of participating spas.

In Design: Target is partnering with William Rast, founded by Justin Timberlake and Trace Ayala, to launch a designer collection of apparel available for both men and women featuring premium denim, outerwear and sportswear. It launches in December.

Priority Male: Leading online private sale site HauteLook has launched Men.HauteLook.com featuring brands such as Tommy Hilfiger, Puma, Penguin, Donald Pliner and Ben Sherman. Discounts can be found for 50 percent to 75 percent off sportswear, denim and suits.

 

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