Shopping at the Wynn
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Wynn Las Vegas

A couple linger in a shoe store at the Wynn hotel. (Lawrence K. Ho / LAT)
The Wynn Las Vegas’ atrium, with marble floors inlaid with mosaics and decorative swirls in the carpets, lets some natural light flow into the casino itself. (Lawrence K. Ho / LAT)
A waterfall at the Wynn, part of a design centerpiece, is the backdrop for a table in a Japanese restaurant. (Lawrence K. Ho / LAT)
Guests at the Wynn can tee off at the golf course or just gaze as they graze. The resort, on the site of the Desert Inn, is a little less showy than the Bellagio. (Lawrence K. Ho / LAT)
Steve Wynn is largely responsible for the explosion of fine dining (and fine shopping and fine everything- else) in Las Vegas. (Lawrence K. Ho / LAT)
Five years ago, Steve Wynn cashed in his Bellagio chips, then bought and tore down the iconic Desert Inn to build his new resort. (Lawrence K. Ho / LAT)
From the outside, there’s nothing Bellagio about Wynn Las Vegas. Architecturally, it is slim and graceful, wrapped in skin-tight bronze. It’s coy compared with his earlier projects. (Lawrence K. Ho / LAT)
A cocktail lounge at Wynn Las Vegas is decorated with colorful parasols hanging from the ceiling. (Lawrence K. Ho / LAT)