FASH­ION

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AETHER

One of the newer en­tries to Aspen’s fash­ion scene, this SOCAL brand of­fers a form-meets-func­tion line in­spired by mo­tor­cy­cle cul­ture and the out­doors. 414 E. Cooper Ave., 970-429-4773; aether­ap­parel.com

NEW AVIATOR NA­TION

Set to open its sixth re­tail lo­ca­tion in Aspen this June, this ’70s surfin­spired life­style brand pro­duces all of its ca­sual sportwears—as well as its surf­boards—in Down­town Los Angeles. 308 S. Mill St.; avi­a­tor­na­tion.com

BRUNELLO CUCINELLI

A dash of moun­tain styling and strik­ing Ital­ian cou­ture makes Brunello Cucinelli, which is head­quar­tered in a 14th-cen­tury hill­top cas­tle in Um­bria, Aspen­beloved. 508 E. Cooper Ave., 970544-0600; brunel­locucinelli.com

CHRIS­TIAN DIOR

This celeb-loved Parisian fash­ion house spe­cial­izes in time­lessly el­e­gant men’s and women’s cou­ture and ac­ces­sories. 201 S. Galena St., 970-544-5222; dior.com

CLUB MONACO

In a typ­i­cally white-washed, min­i­mal­ist-chic bou­tique, Club Monaco, which is owned by Polo Ralph Lau­ren, of­fers high-end women’s ca­su­al­wear. Look out for the light, col­or­ful dresses for sum­mer. 307 S. Galena St., 970-925-2352; club­monaco.com

COURAGE B

Founded in 2009, this Frenchin­spired women’s line fa­mous for its knitwear is owned by si­b­lings Stephanie Menkin and Ni­co­las Goureau—and de­signed by their mother, Noemie Goureau. 205 S. Mill St., 970-429-8018; courageb.com

DOLCE & GAB­BANA

With their ever-on-the-edge readyto-wear pieces and ac­ces­sories, the revered de­sign duo be­hind this leg­endary Mi­lanese house never dis­ap­points. 204 S. Galena St., 970-925-2367; dol­cegab­bana.com

ERMENEGILDO ZEGNA

This high-end re­tailer spe­cial­izes in chic, clas­si­cally sil­hou­et­ted shirts, sweaters, and suits, in ad­di­tion to ac­ces­sories, shoes, and fra­grances. 465 E. Hop­kins Ave., 970-544-9946; zegna.com

GOR­SUCH

Time­less el­e­gance is Gor­such’s creed, and the store of­fers an ex­cel­lent se­lec­tion of ul­tra lux­ury beach­wear and ski­wear—plus ev­ery­thing in be­tween. 611 E. Du­rant Ave., 970-920-9388; gor­such.com

GRAY ASPEN

Vir­ginia-na­tive Sarah Ger­cke’s nine-year-old pri­vate la­bel mixes her eques­trian up­bring­ing with a love for both the moun­tains and the coast, re­sult­ing in a clas­sic but di­verse col­lec­tion that uti­lizes lux­ury fab­rics and is man­u­fac­tured in New York City. 205 S. Mill St., 970-618-6577; grayaspen.com

GUCCI

This Aspen sta­ple of­fers the finest Ital­ian-crafted leather goods, ac­ces­sories, and ap­parel. Cre­ative Di­rec­tor Alessan­dro Michele’s street-wise cre­ations are cur­rently the most buzzed-about in fash­ion. 203 S. Galena St., 970-920-9150; gucci.com

IN­TER­MIX

In­ter­mix em­bod­ies Aspen’s “chill­luxe” vibe and boasts ap­parel from an enor­mous col­lec­tion of young, on-trend de­sign­ers (think Cush­nie et Ochs, El­iz­a­beth and James, and A.L.C.). 428 E. Hy­man Ave., 970-925-2288; in­ter­mixon­line.com

JAMES PERSE

For min­i­mal­ist, up­scale fash­ion and ac­ces­sories with a West Coast spirit, look no fur­ther than Los Angeles– based James Perse. 312 S. Hunter St., 970-920-9494; james­perse.com

JITROIS

Shop Jitrois’s strik­ing, über-ur­ban, leather-heavy high fash­ion in its chic Cooper Av­enue Mall bou­tique, its only US store­front out­side of New York City. 424 E. Cooper Ave., 970-925-2272; jitrois.com

LORO PIANA

For six gen­er­a­tions, Loro Piana has been sup­ply­ing and work­ing with the world’s finest cash­mere and wool. 316 S. Galena St., 970-544-0502; loropi­ana.com

LOUIS VUIT­TON

Beau­ti­ful leather (el­e­gant ac­ces­sories, iconic lug­gage) and qual­ity cloth­ing are the stand­outs from this Parisian haute cou­ture van­guard. 205 S. Mill St., 970-544-8200; louisvuit­ton.com

LULULEMON ATH­LET­ICS

Lululemon is town’s go-to for high-end tech­ni­cal ath­letic ap­parel for yoga, run­ning, danc­ing—and most other ac­tive pur­suits. 204 S. Galena St., 970-925-2033; lululemon.com

MAI­SON UL­LENS

Lux­u­ri­ous knits and adapt­able ba­sics dis­tin­guish Mai­son Ul­lens’s trav­el­ready sta­ples. 445 E. Hop­kins Ave., 970-429-4170; maisonul­lens.com

MARIO DI LEONE

This is town’s pre­mier des­ti­na­tion for the per­fectly cut suit—as well as a whole host of lux­ury de­sign­ers un­der one roof. 301 E. Hop­kins Ave., 970-925-2740; mar­i­odileone.com

MARMOT

With its wide se­lec­tion of per­for­mance-driven, tech­ni­cal out­door cloth­ing and equip­ment, Marmot is a must-stop for ath­letes. 210 S. Galena St., 970-925-7719; marmot.com

MONCLER

In the sum­mer, this 56-year-old French-Ital­ian-Alpine brand’s ever-ubiq­ui­tous down coats make room for a whole range of warmweather wear—in­clud­ing dresses, blouses, and even swim­suits—in rich colors and el­e­gant pat­terns. 432 E. Hy­man Ave., 970-544-5558; moncler.com

NUAGES

Look­ing for crowd-stop­ping pieces from high-end de­sign­ers like Roland Mouret and Gi­ambat­tista Valli? This in­ti­mate bou­tique has all the la­bels and none of the fuss. 601 E. Cooper Ave., 970-925-6569; nu­age­saspen .word­press.com

NEW ORIG­I­NAL PEN­GUIN

The all-Amer­i­can menswear brand that has dressed the likes of Frank Si­na­tra, Dean Martin, and Clint East­wood brings its full cloth­ing and ac­ces­sories range to Aspen with a sum­mer pop-up. 555 E. Du­rant Ave., 970-925-2011; orig­i­nalpen­guin.com

O2 ASPEN BOU­TIQUE

O2’s bou­tique mixes clas­sic looks with con­tem­po­rary trends to sat­isfy the woman who is global, ac­tive, and time­lessly stylish. 605 E. Cooper Ave., 970-925-3161; o2 as­pen­bou­tique.com

PITKIN COUNTY DRY GOODS

Pitkin County is a hip bou­tique that sources the world’s trendi­est pieces— in ad­di­tion to ever­green stand­bys— from high-fash­ion’s tastemaker la­bels. 520 E. Cooper Ave., 970-9251681; pitk­in­coun­tydry­goods.com

RAG & BONE

This New York City brand fo­cuses on fash­ion-for­ward denim, ca­su­al­wear, footwear, and ac­ces­sories with a down­town edge. 433 E. Hy­man Ave., 970-925-2816; rag-bone.com

RALPH LAU­REN

This all-Amer­i­can de­signer of closet sta­ples of­fers up­scale cloth­ing, home, and bed­ding col­lec­tions for ev­ery gen­er­a­tion. 501 E. Cooper Ave., 970-925-5147; ralphlau­ren.com

SOUCHI

Souchi spe­cial­izes in ex­quis­ite hand­loomed cash­mere knits in pal­ettes rang­ing from muted earth tones to bright ice-cream colors. 205 S. Mill St., 231A, 970-925-2580; souchi.com

SQN SPORT

Sun Val­ley, Idaho–based SQN Sport is Aspen’s home base for lux­u­ri­ous women’s ac­tivewear made in the US. 406 S. Galena St., 970-925-1712; sqn­sport.com

SUSIE’S LTD. CONSIGNMENTS

Susie’s sells new and gen­tly used lux­ury cloth­ing—as well as fur­ni­ture, house­wares, rugs, and jew­elry. 600 E. Main St., Ste. 8, 970-920-2376

THE­ORY

Sleek, un­der­stated, ul­tra­mod­ern dresses, jack­ets, and knitwear are the fo­cus of this ul­tra-tai­lored ap­parel brand. 204 S. Galena St., 970-5440079; the­ory.com

NEW VALENTINA KOVA

In­ter­ested in cater­ing to the Aspen woman’s “uni­form,” this New York City de­signer has ex­tended a Mill Street res­i­dency through sum­mer, de­but­ing ex­clu­sive cot­ton- and

linen-based pieces 208 S. Mill St., 970-710-7631; valenti­nakova.com

VALENTINO

The Ital­ian fash­ion pow­er­house is town’s go-to for sports­wear-in­spired cou­ture cloth­ing and ac­ces­sories. 304 S. Galena St., 970-925-2989; valentino.com

Holly Davis cu­rates her O2 Aspen bou­tique with a sports­wear spin on ul­tra­fine

fab­rics and lux­ury brands.

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