My Mile of Style

Richard Worthington

Real estate developer and entrepreneur; age 47.

Favorite place to shop: Town Square.

Favorite store: Whole Foods. The selection of organic foods is fantastic, the wine department is well-stocked, and the prepared foods are delicious and perfect for those busy weekends when you don’t want to cook but have great food available in the house.

Favorite restaurant: California Pizza Kitchen. My daughter Ally loves the pizzas, and I like the salads—the perfect compromise.

Best deal: Classic white T-shirts at the Gap for $13 each.

Unique offering: Retro T-shirts from Lucky Brand Jeans.

Best spot for gifts: Victoria’s Secret for my girlfriend.

Favorite shopping experience: Borders Books. They have a dedicated section for young readers, and my daughter loves to read while I peruse the vast selection of architecture books and magazines.

Other spots in the neighborhood: Apple Store. Since I have thrown away my PCs at home, I have also become hooked on iPods, iPads, iMacs, MacPros and their cool selection of accessories and cases. I am now on a 12-step program, though, and expect to be cured soon.

Jessica Berlin

Social media manager, age 31.

Favorite place to shop: Fashion Show.

Favorite store: Saks Fifth Avenue.

Favorite restaurant: RA Sushi for happy hour.

Best deals: Forever 21.

Last purchase: An amazing Tahari bag at Saks.

Place for unique items: Z Gallerie.

We would be surprised to know you shop at: Ann Taylor Loft. I love all of their great basics.

The first time you went to Fashion Show: It is the mecca of Las Vegas shopping. It was one of my first stops after moving here eight years ago.

Other spots at Fashion Show you also frequent: Kate Spade and Zara.

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