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Jan. 27, 7p. In his new documentary Gangland Wire, filmmaker and former police officer-turned- lawyer Gary Jenkins will describe the...
Jan. 28, 7:30p. Featuring Mundo Juillert. Part of the American Jazz Initiative. $15 at the door. The Scullery, 150 Las Vegas Blvd. N.,
Jan. 28, 10p. The twenty-piece band transforms popular songs from all genres to produce a one-of-a-kind sound experience. $15-$30, Cabaret Jazz...
Shop: Las Vegans in style: Amber Nichole Miller
Story by Christie Moeller
Brand spokesmodel, lingerie, swimsuit and fitness model
Your personal style? Body-conscious, sleek, sassy and fashion-forward. But on my days off, I’m quite casual, either in jeans and a tee or workout clothes. I’m both sporty and girly. I never leave the house without Christian Louboutins or Converse on — depending on my mood.
Favorite swimwear designer? Definitely Beach Bunny — because of the fit. Bottoms are always difficult to find in the perfect cut, but Beach Bunnys are the best for your booty. “Crunch butt” or rouched styles are a must. I also love Luli Fama and Syrup.
Favorite beach? My favorite beach has to be in Cabo because there are a lot of private areas, so you can go top-optional. In Vegas, I love to swim at Lake Mead. The second summer hits, you’ll find me there every weekend on my boat and wakeboard — but I have my top on there. Ha!
Your secret to staying swimsuit-ready? By eating fairly healthy and working out at least three to four times a week — even if it’s just sit-ups and jumping rope at home.
Your best tip for women shopping for swimwear? You really need to pay attention to fit and be aware of your body type. I think a lot of women pay so much attention to the top fitting sexy, they forget about the saggy bottoms. Be aware! Nobody likes to look at a saggy butt. You need to play up your body shape!
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