Spring Fashion With Far-Out Flair

The new season has cast a ’70s spell on us—denim, florals and high shine

The Parisian Palace is a temple of gold-leaf decadence and serves as the perfect backdrop to the disco-fabulous fashion trends for spring 2016. Owned by Nico Santucci, a restaurateur and designer, this estate is one of Las Vegas’ most outrageous homes. Featured on dozens of television shows and films, including ABC’s The Bachelor, VH1’s Supergroup and DJ Afrojack’s music video “The Spark,” the rooms have hand-painted ceilings that took more than 10 years to complete. Built in 1949, the palace has been a work in progress for Santucci, who has added modern amenities such as an indoor Indonesian salt bath, an outdoor lagoon with grotto, a full-size Brunswick bowling alley, a nightclub and a movie theater.

Get the Look

Inspired by all those American hustlers out here, our get-dressed inspo for spring is vintage print scarfs, peachy lenses, bell bottoms, cropped frayed denim and colorful stripes.

PhotographerAnthony Mair

 StylistKris Kass

Styling assistantGaren Romeo

HairShantel Gauna

MakeupNatasha Chamberlin using MAC Cosmetics

Photo Assistant Javon Isaac


On-set Creative DirectorBen Ward

LocationNico Santucci’s Parisian Palace