Summer Shuffle

Mapping the Updates on Aspen's Shopping and Studio Scene

Our guide to who's opening and who's moving this season.

By Katie Shapiro June 1, 2017 Published in the Summer 2017 issue of Aspen Sojourner

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Image: Sarah Uhl

1. Cyclebar

Finally, a permanent spinning studio in town—complete with state-of-the-art sound, video, and lighting for an endorphin-pumping, multi-sensory experience.
117 S. Spring St.,

2. Hub of Aspen

Our longest-operating bike shop, now with a new owner, moved across town—Trek fleet still intact.
616 E. Hyman Ave.,

3. Akris

This family-owned Swiss fashion house now showcases its luxe, contemporary women’s wear locally.
595 E. Cooper Ave.,

4. Aspen Shakti

This locals favorite yoga studio brings its healthy and healing vibes to a new location.
535 E. Hyman St.,

5. Georgia Brown

The swoon-worthy, eclectic home furnishings boutique moved house across the street.
505 E. Hyman St., 

6. Aviator Nation

This cool-chic California brand’s first alpine locale is stocked with ’70s surf- and ski-inspired threads.
308 S. Mill St.,

7. Louis Vuitton

Say bonjour to a complete redesign inspired by LV’s Courchevel store and the addition of men’s and women’s apparel, shoes, and fragrance.
205 S. Mill St.,

8. Maker + Place

Opening July 1, this homegoods meets working studio pop-up highlights unique, handcrafted products by artisans both local and global.
315 E. Hyman Ave.,

9. Lugano Diamonds

All that dazzles can be found in the jeweler’s new salon—and first outside of California—in the Residences at The Little Nell.
501 E. Dean St.,


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