Based in Southern California, women’s clothing and accessory brand Johnny Was continues to expand upon its national store presence by opening a store in Las Vegas at Fashion Show. The boutique opens in the shopping center on August 2.
Johnny Was embraces a worldly aesthetic and free-spirited style, with modern accents, colors, and textures that cross generations. The fashion assortment consists of luxurious silk, linen and cotton fabrics, signature prints, and detailed embroideries that embody a relaxed lifestyle and bohemian elegance. Artfully-constructed accessories weave their way into the brand, including scarves rich in color, ornate handbags, jewelry, swimwear and vintage belts.
The 1,252 square foot Las Vegas store features hand-painted wall murals by artist Christopher Lord. The store greets customers with a curated selection of custom embroidered dusters, jackets, blouses, kimonos, and accessories that are complimented with opulent Boho details, reflecting the effortless sense of the Johnny Was California spirit.
Established in 1987 in Southern California, Johnny Was designs timeless clothes and accessories that reflect an effortless elegance and embrace a relaxed lifestyle. The brand includes a full line of fabrics, signature prints and detailed accessories: including unique scarves, handbags, jewelry, swimwear, fragrance and belts. Johnny Was Las Vegas marks the first Johnny Was boutique located in Nevada. The brand operates 53 retail boutiques nationwide. Johnny Was can also be found at premium retailers and on the web at www.johnnywas.com.