When you’ve got these on your feet, the outfit doesn’t require much thought. Slide into these Jimmy Choo dazzlers and your shoes will undoubtedly steal the show from anything up top. We recommend pairing them with something subtle that acts as a mere sidekick to your glamorous kicks. Jimmy Choo 24:7 Collection Private open toe pumps, $950, Jimmy Choo at the Forum Shops at Caesars


Nanette Lepore’s new diffused line, Oonagh, is comprised of all those pieces that act as the foundation for your wardrobe. T-shirts, tunics, dresses and understated tops are the newest addition to what is itself a new addition — the Nanette Lepore boutique at Crystals. Prices are significantly lower than the designer’s main collection, too. Oonagh by Nanette Lepore George dress in chili, $178, Nanette Lepore at Crystals at CityCenter


Want to wear Stella McCartney but can’t afford the British designer’s duds? She’s thought of a creative way to work around that. Her latest accessory doubles as her STELLA fragrance. The silver chain has a locket that lets you discreetly rub the fragrance balm and dab it anywhere you like. Now you can wear the designer in more ways than one. STELLA necklace, $49, Sephora (available Monday)


In honor of the 52nd Annual Grammy Awards on Sunday, John Varvatos has designed a collection of T-shirts that pay tribute to each artist nominated for album of the year. Beyoncé, Taylor Swift, Lady Gaga, The Black Eyed Peas and Dave Matthews Band all get a nod from the in-demand menswear designer. Proceeds go to MusiCares and the Grammy Foundation. John Varvatos Lady Gaga T-shirt, $45, John Varvatos

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