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Party Down
Zach Goldak | December 20, 2013

Looking for a world-class culinary meal to ring in the New Year? element 47 at The Little Nell is offering a four-course meal, including a choice of caviar tasting, for $395 per person. Down the street,...

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Shop ’Til You Drop
Zach Goldak | December 16, 2013

Filson
Offering a mix of bags, leather accessories and menswear, like the iconic, 100-year-old Mackinaw Cruiser, Filson, is perfect for the mountain-meets-GQ man. The Seattle-based company recently set-up shop in...

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Aprés and Art
Sari Anne Tuschman | December 10, 2013

Every Dec. 28—three days shy of the biggest party night of the year—comes our mountain town’s chicest après-ski celebration of the year: Freestyle, the Aspen Art Museum’s winter benefit. For the first time, luxury brand Loro Piana...

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Austria in Aspen
Sari Anne Tuschman | December 10, 2013

Leave it to Stascha and Stefan Kaelin to breathe new life into on-mountain style this winter. The tastemaking twosome—longtime proprietors of Aspen’s Stefan Kaelin (416 E. Cooper Ave., 970.925.7844,...

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Season’s Eating
Linda Hayes | Photography by Anthony Garito Guadalupe Laiz and Ashley Davis Tilly | December 10, 2013

Grand Opening
Look for Acquolina Trattoria & Pizzeria (415 E. Main St., 970.925.8222, ...

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The Thrill of the Uphill
Kelly J. Hayes | December 10, 2013

In Aspen, skinning is fast becoming the new skiing. Whether it is in the frozen predawn hours before the lifts open, in the Alpenglow of the late afternoon or under full-moon nights, going uphill has become the latest rage. The fit set...

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Odyssey of the Mind
Hannah Flegelman | December 10, 2013

You may know her as a member of President Obama’s Committee on the Arts and the Humanities, principal in the Chicago-based investment firm Henry Crown and Company, or prominent fixture on the Aspen scene, frequenting destinations such as...

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Green Machine
Amiee White Beazley | December 10, 2013

This past October, Aspen Skiing Company VP of Sustainability Auden Schendler made his way to Washington, D.C., as part of a delegation representing the nonprofit Protect Our Winters. The group included Schendler; mountaineer Conrad Anker of The North...

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