Après is a Verb

 

Unwinding after a day on the slopes, libation in hand, is a time honored tradition that every skier can appreciate. Yet in Colorado, the art of après is exactly that – a ceremony to be celebrated. From the cocktail chalet to the bustling brewpub, these mountain town watering holes prove that in the Rockies, après is in fact, a verb.

See the complete Après is a Verb feature in the Winter 2014 issue of Reign Magazine, here…

We’re celebrating the apres style of our most indelible icons in our curated gallery…

Après is a Verb
Jane Birkin Skiing

Jane Birkin

Audrey Hepburn Skiing

Audrey Hepburn

Princess Diana Skiing

The late Princess Diana with sons William and Harry

Jacqueline Kennedy and daughter Caroline stroll through Vail Village, 1968

Jacqueline Kennedy and daughter Caroline stroll through Vail Village, 1968

Grace Kelly Skiing

Grace Kelly and daughter Caroline

Bobby and Ethel Kennedy Skiing in Snowmass in the 1960s

Bobby and Ethel Kennedy Skiing in Snowmass in the 1960s

The lovely Aerin Lauder in Aspen

The lovely Aerin Lauder in Aspen

Featured image: Iconic society photographer Slim Aarons captures Aspen’s finest doing what they do best – enjoying the art of après, circa 1967. The photo, entitled Snowmass Picnic, shows a stand-up fondue picnic for skiers at Snowmass-at-Aspen, soon after the village first opened.