A month shy of the five-year anniversary of Ermenegildo Zegna coming to town, the retailer opened its second location in Las Vegas.
The two-level storefront opened June 5 at Crystals, bringing with it 19 new jobs and 10,000 square feet of men’s suits, sportswear, leather goods and accessories.
The upscale boutique was designed by New York-based architect Peter Marino.
The Milan-based retailer’s first Las Vegas location in the Forum Shops at Caesars was the eighth location in the U.S. when it opened in 2005; now there are 15 stores and five outlets scattered across the country.
MGM Mirage says 64 percent of Crystals’ retail space will be occupied by the end of June. At least four stores—Brunello Cucinelli, Christian Dior, Social House and Philipp Plein—are expected to open next month, and officials expect about 74 percent of the CityCenter shopping plaza’s space to be leased by the end of the third quarter.