Vegas Seven


  • Style

    Come Un-Stitched

    By Melinda Sheckells

    New warehouse concept debuts from the team behind Stitched at The Cosmopolitan.

  • The Latest

    Shine On

    By Zoneil Maharaj

    Tommy Maynard played with some of the biggest names in music history. Now the 90-year-old shines shoes on the Strip.

  • The Look

    Shadia Taylor

    Photographed by Andrew Sea James at the Cosmopolitan What she’s wearing now: Marciano bodysuit, Stitched linen suit and pocket square, Aldo shoes and hoop earrings. Fashion motto: Every day is a stiletto kind of day.

  • The Maddox Factor

    Five new ways to get dressed this winter

    By Tony Maddox

    Baby it’s cold outside, and here are five essential items to take your wardrobe from cozy to hip, while keeping your look in tune with the holiday season. 1. Ditch the silk necktie—opt for wool.

  • The Maddox Factor

    A Quick Wedding Guide for Guys

    By Tony Maddox

    As the warmer months draw near, the style question that I’m most asked is, “What should I wear to a summer wedding?” Unfortunately, this is not as simple as, “Can I wear a French cuff shirt with a sport coat?” or “Do I wear cuffs on my flat-front trousers?” The great wedding attire debate inherently requires more information. Therefore, if you desire to be one of the most stylish guests in the crowd, you will need to do more than just put the date into your smartphone. You will need to take into consideration the event location, time and suggested dress code.

  • My Object of Affection

    Ricci Lopez

    “My most prized possession is my U-Boat watch. I received it two years ago as a gift from my best friend. It has a big face and it’s made in Italy. I like big watches and I don’t like metal bands; I prefer leather.”

  • Scene Stirs

    Seven reasons to lift up a glass—at the Cosmopolitan!

    By Xania V. Woodman

    1. Celebrity chef Scott Conant’s (Chopped) flagship DOCG Enoteca offers 35 Italian DOCG (highest ranking) and boutique wines by the glass as well as access to Scarpetta’s 2,500-plus bottles. Come as you are for wine, espresso, flatbreads, cheese and charcuterie served by chic, tatted-up servers till at least 2 a.m.