Mountain Mayhem: Après reception at Suite Reyad |

Mountain Mayhem: Après reception at Suite Reyad

May Selby
Mountain Mayhem
DJ James Ryan on the decks next to Lucy Lea Tucker and Sarah Manning.
Team Suite Reyad - Taylor Howden, Reyad Fritas, Kylie Williard Fritas, Amanda Visconte and Jenna Malardo. Missing from photo - David Pappalardo. Courtesy photo.
Kitty the Bernese, the official hotel pup at The St. Regis Aspen, is always up for a good groom at the hotel salon.
Dr. Kim Levin, Kemo Sabe Kate, and Captain Sarah Manning.
Julia, Natalie, Victoria, Marlee and Stephanie at Suite Reyad’s après party.
Suite Reyad details. Courtesy photo.
Suite Reyad’s recently renovated space at The St. Regis Aspen. Courtesy photo.
What we call a satisfied customer. Courtesy photo.
Dance Aspen performers in motion. Courtesy photo.
Dance Aspen performers - Laurel Winton, Sadie Brown, Kaya Wolsey, Matthew Gilmore, Sammy Altenau, Anthony Tiedeman and Katherine Bolanos. Missing from photo - Madeleine Scott. Courtesy photo.

Aspen’s newest salon, Suite Reyad, celebrated their recently renovated space at The St. Regis Aspen, just around the corner from Remede Salon on the lower level of the hotel. On Friday, February 25, they welcomed friends, patrons and neighbors for an après-ski reception from 4:30 to 7 p.m. Guests enjoyed tray-passed appetizers, signature cocktails, sustainably packaged Everybody Water and entertainment by James Ryan, the resident DJ at Snow Lodge. Dance Aspen also surprised all with their ‘Press Play’ après-ski preview performance in advance of their upcoming show at The Wheeler Opera House. Afterward, all were invited upstairs to Snow Lodge for a special DJ set with Sofi Tukker.

This weekend, catch Dance Aspen at The Wheeler. For an elevated experience, join Hotel Jerome for an “Exclusive Evening with the Artists” before the show, starting with a cocktail reception at Bad Harriet and meet and greet with the choreographers Ana Maria Lucaciu and Danielle Rowe. Next, “Elevated” will be their premier performance at The Wheeler. Afterward, Hotel Jerome is also presenting a three-course wine-paired dinner in The Aspen Times room.

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