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AllSaints bows today at the Forum Shops at Caesars with a 12,000-square-foot store, the second largest of the 36 worldwide. The store, taking over the former Max Brenner space, features a 1,400 square feet of digital display screens to stream the creative content produced by AllSaints Studios. In addition, the store features an eight-foot by four-foot sewing machine table originally constructed in 1906 to make sails for ships and a traditional English red telephone box modified to house an interactive display that allows customers to shop online. Find 346 sewing machines in the window against a backdrop of more than 1,000 square feet of LED displays.
The new store brings with it a 17-piece handbag collection covering clutches, shoulder bags, totes, shopping bags, backpacks and card holders made from premium Italian leather and inspired by bikers.
AllSaints already has a location in Vegas at Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas.
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