Sundance fashion was more about politics than style


Actors and actresses are flocking to Park City, Utah, for the annual Sundance Film Festival, where temperatures dipped to 20 degrees this week. But cold weather (and the patriarchy) be damned, these leading ladies fearlessly donned their finest frocks and statement-making pieces for the occasion.

Celebrity Sightings In Park City
Cherry bomb: Bella Thorne wears a bright red look to grab coffee in between promotion events for her film “Assassination Nation.”

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The Hollywood Reporter 2018 Sundance Studio At Sky Strada, Park City
Leading lady: “Leave No Trace” actress Thomasin McKenzie supports her fellow females in a white T-shirt at the Hollywood Reporter’s Sundance Studio.

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The Sundance Institute, Refinery29, and DOVE Chocolate Present 2018 Women at Sundance Brunch
Boss ladies: “Sorry To Bother You” actress Tessa Thompson wears a T-shirt, embroidered with the names of female directors, to the Sundance Institute.

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SOREL Style Around Park City - Day 4 - Park City 2018
She wears the pants: “A Futile and Stupid Gesture” actress Emmy Rossum looks polished in a pantsuit while walking around Park City.

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SAGindie Actors Only Brunch
Lead the revolt: “Hamilton” alum Jasmine Cephas Jones heads up the revolution at the SAGindie Actors Only Brunch for her roles in “Blindspotting” and “Monsters and Men.”

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'The Miseducation of Cameron Post' premiere, Arrivals, Sundance Film Festival, Park City, USA - 22 Jan 2018
Go for a spin: Actress Sasha Lane twirls in a fringed dress at the premiere of her film “The Miseducation of Cameron Post.”

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Andrea Riseborough
Bold statement: Vetements looks good on actress Andrea Riseborough at the premiere of her film “Mandy.”

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