A successful spinoff of its chic Denver sister store, this minimalist Max offers the latest from names like Dries Van Noten and Missoni.
What we unearthed at this great designer resale spot: a black Chanel blouse for $110, a flapper-like Chloe dress for $150, and a never-used Celine bag for a way-below-retail $200.
Since 1969, Pitkin has been known as the go-to spot in Aspen for laid-back apres-ski essentials: jeans, cashmere sweaters, shearling jackets—and, during the winter, homemade fudge to snack on while you shop.
You can always rely on this trio of stores to provide such ski-town staples as Michael Stars and C&C California tees and tanks—perfect for layering. Note that the Beaver Creek location has a more diverse selection.
Smaller, high-concept designers like Imitation of Christ and Temperley are finally available in the Rockies, thanks to owner Skye Forrest's futuristic space. Also find Eugenia Kim hats, and cashmere sweaters from Paul & Joe and Matthew Williamson.
Native Swede Tessa Manning hit it big with her metallic clogs; find even more styles, like handpainted floral versions, at her adorable chalet-style storefront.
Scoop up Nordic sweaters, ski hats, and cool ephemera like graphic ski posters ($20 to $300), along with antique wooden skis and sleds (about $200) and rustic, prettily painted hand-lettered wood designs at this chaletlike store.
Nowhere else in the Valley will you find as many pieces from emerging designers as there are here, like Circle by Mara Hoffman hand-dyed dresses or supersoft Pegah Anvarian cashmere wraps.
One look at the marble floors and tufted settees in this shoe boutique and it's clear that you're in for an experience that's more about glam Vanessa Noel heels than hardcore hiking boots.
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