NIKKI SIXX Checks In From Aspen

MÖTLEY CRÜE bassist Nikki Sixx has posted the following message in his online diary:

"Spent the last few days here in Aspen [Colorado] relaxing and hanging out. Aspen Peak magazine threw us [Royal Underground, Nikki's clothing line with former St. John CEO Kelly Gray] a really cool event at Tomorrow's Laundry, which is the sister store to Boogie's, which are the two coolest stores in Aspen. We had the greatest time and the feedback on the clothes was amazing. Hanging out with Boogie himself, John Oates, Tom Gardner (co-founder of the Motley Fool), Domenico De Sole (a legend in fashion) DJ [Ashba, ex-BEAUTIFUL CREATURES guitarist and Nikki's songwriting partner] and Tiffany [Holliday, Ashba's fiancée and former Playboy playmate] and the list goes on…

"Happy holidays…off to ring in the New Year… and vacation with the kidz in Maui."

Check out pictures from the Royal Underground launch party in Aspen at Wire Image, Getty Images.


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