It seems like only yesterday that Carrie Bradshaw in Sex and the City introduced us to shoe brands that became secondary characters in the HBO series. Now names like Manolo Blahnik and Christian Louboutin roll off our tongues like good friends. In Vegas, you can find keep collections of these shoes and more. Discover some new designer lines or just get cozy with some old friends at these top five shoes stores in Las Vegas.
1 Shoe In
Throw on your favorite heels and get to Shoe In at Wynn Las Vegas for a hefty collection of designer shoes. Look for staples Christian Louboutin and Giuseppe Zanotti, but be sure to check out sultry selections from Lanvin, Valentino and Sergio Rossi. Even pieces like Nina Ricci runway shoes and selections from Brian Atwood and Henry Beguelin make the cut. Jimmy Choo joins the roster tomorrow, while Celine is one of the newest lines this impeccable store carries. Shoe In is conveniently located next to Outfit, so you don’t have to go far to find the complete designer outfit.
2 La Scarpa
With a padded leather ceiling La Scarpa at the Bellagio is tucked away in the poolside section. But don’t dismiss its location. This store carries a wide range of American and European designers such as Christian Dior, Cocobelle, Cole Haan, D&G, DVF, Kors, L.A.M.B, Rock & Republic, Stuart Weitzman, Twelfth Street and Via Spiga. There’s nothing understated about this boutique. Across the way you can find Capri to help you put together a complete look.
3 Manolo Blahnik
Manolo Blahnik set the world on fire and gave women a reason to learn how to pronounce his name when it became a secondary character on Se, and the City. You can find the icon at the Esplanade at Wynn Las Vegas. While some of the department stores such as Neiman Marcus and Saks Fifth Avenue may carry the line, you can find special shoes here, including Something Blue, the shoes Carrie Bradshaw wore on her wedding day in the movie, and the ever-classic Mary Janes.
4 Christian Louboutin
Lipstick red soles tip you off to these sexy shoes. Christian Louboutin added the lacquer to the soles when he felt they needed more pizzazz. He grabbed a bottle of red nail polish and a signature style was born. He single-handedly brought the stiletto back into fashion in the ’90s, so you can blame him for the 5-inch standard he set. Again, large department stores from Barneys New York to Neiman Marcus carry the line, but at this boutique tucked away in the Shoppes at the Palazzo you’ll find the entire collection instead of an edited version.