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Aspen Peak - 2016 - Issue 2 - Winter

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PHOTOGRAPHY BY HAL WILLIAMS ACE IN THE WHOLE To celebrate the 25th anniversary of Aspen Film's Academy Screenings—the annual holiday film festival showcasing the most celebrated Oscar contenders—the nonprofit is doing it up with a black-tie bang: a Casino Royale-themed New Year's Eve bash at the Hotel Jerome. While the festivities will include dinner, drinks, dancing, gambling, and, naturally, a toast under Aspen's midnight fireworks, town's tux- edos and ball gowns, velvet and lace, will be the main attraction. Dress it up—and party down! 330 E. Main St., 970-925-6882, 112 ASPENPEAK-MAGAZINE.COM MARMOT Marmot is a must-stop for its wide selection of performance-driven, technical outdoor clothing and equipment. 210 S. Galena St., 970-925-7719; PITKIN COUNTY DRY GOODS PCDG is a hip boutique that sources the world's most current trends—not to mention classic, evergreen designs—from high-fashion's tastemaker labels. 520 E. Cooper Ave., 970-925-1681; 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; ACCESSORIES ASPEN JEWELERS The offerings of this one-stop jewelry shop range from custom-designed pieces inspired by the Roaring Fork Valley to ever- classic gold link bracelets and pearl necklaces. 409 S. Hunter St., 970-925-2025; AUDEMARS PIGUET This boutique offers ultra- luxe Swiss watches from one of the world's oldest manufacturers of high-end watches (founded 1875). 400 E. Hyman Ave., 970-236- 1255; BLOOMINGBIRDS This Hopkins Avenue shop meets all of town's footwear needs—plus carries handbags and accessories for women. 461 E. Hopkins Ave., 970-925-2241 BUCCELLATI This Milanese brand has dealt in the finest jewelry, watches, engagement rings, and silverware since its inception in 1919. 441 E. Hopkins Ave., 970-544- 8303; ELLIOTT YEARY GALLERY Fine art and fine jewelry (beautifully) collide in this Aspen staple. 419 E. Hyman Ave., Ste. 7, 970-429-1111; MERIDIAN JEWELERS Offering a curated collection of brands, Meridian Jewelers is town's go-to for high-end jewelry (Alessandro Barellini, Irene Neuwirth, Kwiat) and watches (Cartier, Harry Winston, Vacheron Constantin). 525 E. Cooper Ave., 970-925-3833; PANERAI Panerai specializes in watches with a natural blend of Italian design (read: Italian flair) and precise, Swiss technology and engineering, plus other high-end accessories such as belts. 400 E. Hyman Ave., 970-544-1868; PIERRE FAMILLE Pierre Famille sells only the finest estate, antique, and period jewelry. 600 E. Cooper Ave., 970-925-9161; RICHARD MILLE This Swiss brand is responsible for striking, 21st-century designs herhalded as the "dawn of a new era in watchmaking" using innovations in movement design and novel, high-tech materials. 315 E. Dean St., 970-300-3318; VAN CLEEF & ARPELS Located in a newly renovated boutique on one of Aspen's busiest corners, Van Cleef is a creator of bejeweled fairytales. 400 E. Hyman Ave., 970-544-1852; STYLE THE GUIDE HEIR VINTAGE Heir Vintage is a mobile vintage boutique based in Aspen, co-curated by Mia Sadowsky and Kelsey McCartney, specializing in high-end vintage scores, ewelry, art, and other treasures. From their re- tooled school bus, Heir Vintage will pop up at your event, ready to make you over for a costume, a chic outfit or fun festival frock. In an industry rife with play-it- safers and conformity hounds, Heir Vintage proprietors play treasure huntresses, bringing vibe and culture to breathe personality into mundane shopping. Historic but never cliché—always unique, always changing. Preview at Emporium & Flying Circus, 315 E Main Street, Aspen. @heir_vintage

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