Red Carpet Rundown: The Chilly Stars of the Sundance Film Festival

Posted on February 01, 2019


Kittens, it’s the funkiest, coziest film festival on the calendar! Celeb folks have been trying to make Sundance a little more high fashion than normal this year; a development we suspect is more stylist-driven than anything else. But some stars stuck to the Cozy Chic style that tends to define the Sundance look. Let’s assess.

 

 

Alia Shawkat

Sweetie, we’re all for quirky style, but this is clownwear.

 

Angela Sarafyan

Very sharp, but way too businesslike for Sundance.

 

 

Armie Hammer

This is the best he’s looked on a red carpet in ages. We can understand preferring casual wear, but he shouldn’t find semi-formal so difficult, given his looks.

 

 

Billy Magnussen

Nice coat, sassy scarf.

 

 

Chiwetel Ejiofor

Professor.

 

 

Jada Pinkett Smith

That is just straight-up chic. Well done.

 

 

Jon Hamm

Oh. Sorry. We just got lost in beard and velvet.

 

 

Julianne Moore in Alexander McQueen

Oh, Julianne. Bless your heart, you’re always gonna go for the edgier pieces. Love the shoes, but those sleeves are a bit much.

 

 

Lily Collins

Love the sweater and pants. Not loving the matchy boots or the tendrils of hair.

 

 

Naomi Watts in Etro

We think we liked the Hamm’s velvet suit more but then again … the Hamm. This is nice enough but the white boots are a needle scratch.

 

 

Natalia Dyer in Moncler

Folk dancer with consumption. Kind of an odd choice for Sundance.

 

 

Riley Keough

Fabulous.

 

 

Zac Efron

You had us until we got to the shoes, sir. Boots are called for with this sort of Rugged/Pretty look. That “platinum hair with an undyed beard” look is going to get stale incredibly fast. We’ve seen about a dozen in the last week.

 

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