Fashion at Frost returns to The Sebastian in Vail Wednesday
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What: Fashion on Frost show.
Where: Frost bar, inside The Sebastian in Vail.
When: 6 to 7 p.m. Wednesday.
More information: Visit http://www.thesebastianvail.com.
VAIL — The Sebastian in Vail continues its popular Fashion at Frost series today from 6 to 7 p.m. Stylish selections from two of Vail’s boutiques, Luca Bruno and DUE, as well as fine jewelry from Betteridge will be featured as well as cocktails, music and giveaways from The Sebastian and Luca Bruno.
“We constantly see our clients walking out of The Sebastian and into our stores, whether it’s DUE across the street from the property or Luca Bruno right down Meadow Drive,” said boutique owner Jenn Bruno. “This partnership is exciting because it melds our love for fashion with the property’s boutique, lively atmosphere to create a unique experience for everyone.”
Luca Bruno’s two stores carry premiere brands and hand-selected items that can’t be found anywhere else in the United States, while Betteridge is best known as a historic, fine jeweler that’s been in the business for more than a century.
Inspired by the active lifestyle of Vail, Luca Bruno highlights active fashions for the family, including brands such as RLX by Ralph Lauren, Kappa, Moncler Kids, Wellensteyn, Hartford and the boutique’s signature official Vail collection. Specializing in Italian fashion for men and women, DUE brings the runways to the slopes with high-end brands like Moschino, M Missoni, Blumarine, Alberta Ferretti, Herve Leger, Les Copains, Jet Lag, Pal Zileri and Ted Baker.
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Frost features a dynamic list of scotch, tequila, beer, wine and original cocktails. The bar menu includes 80 different types of scotch and 52 different types of tequila, along with classic and signature drinks.
Fashion at Frost is a free event that takes place on select Wednesdays throughout the season, including today, Feb. 18, March 4 and April 1. The runway show lasts approximately one hour, from 6 to 7 p.m., and features looks for men, women and children.
For more information, visit http://www.the sebastianvail.com.
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