To hear the creators—Daniel Libeskind and David Rockwell describe it—Crystals, the latest Las Vegas shopping experience, is a living thing, be it a New York neighborhood that is always unfolding and changing character, or a scene in nature that is moving with the day, the temperature, the light, the season. It’s part metropolis, part gallery, part iceberg. The 500,000 square-foot space is all form and finds inside sweeping white spaces of aluminum, glass and wood. Life follows art here and art is everywhere—in the negative spaces, in the ever-changing tubular ice sculptures, in the funny wooden tree house, and even in the stores. Tiffany has a two-level store here with a door that opens onto the Strip. Louis Vuitton placed the largest store in North America inside Crystals. Tom Ford has a signature boutique here. Eva Longoria Parker has a restaurant and nightclub here and you can even find what might be one of the only bookstores on the Strip here: Assouline by Assouline Publishing.